Community invited to attend premier of Main Street mini-documentary Thursday, Aug. 10.
GLOUCESTER, Va. – The Gloucester Main Street Preservation Trust is delighted to announce it will celebrate a decade of service to the community Thursday, Aug. 10 at 6 p.m. at Arts on Main.
The community is invited to attend.
Arts on Main is located at 6580-B Main Street in Gloucester.
The event will include the premier screening of the mini documentary, “A Main Street Story Built On Philanthropy.” The short film, which has been in the works for the last year and features the iconic stories of Main Street residents and business owners, will be released alongside a 10-year celebration report and 2016 annual report.
“We have been looking forward to this night for a while now during our planning process,” said Jenny Crittenden, Executive Director of the Trust. “This will truly be a celebration of not only the success of the Main Street Trust’s work over the last decade, but also the celebration of the gift – a gift that has given to everyone in the community.”
Local business owners, residents, elected officials and community members are expected to be in attendance, as well as Virginia Secretary of Transportation, Aubrey Layne, a founding board member of the Main Street Preservation Trust, who will speak to the formulation and gift of the Main Street Preservation Trust to the community.
Hors d’ oeuvres and drinks will be on site.
Please RSVP to Crittenden at (804) 824-9614 or by email email@example.com to help facilitate planning for catering.
ABOUT THE MAIN STREET PRESERVATION TRUST: The Main Street Preservation Trust (MSPT) administers Main Street Center and other Trust assets for the benefit of the community of Gloucester, Virginia. Funds generated by the Trust’s assets are intended to be used to attract new and additional business to Main Street in Gloucester by enhancing the economic and business environment, preserving historical landmarks in the Gloucester Court House Village area, and promoting civic and cultural activities. The Main Street Preservation Trust works with the Cook Foundation and is a supporter of the Gloucester Main Street Association. The Main Street Preservation Trust is a 501c4 organization, and as such donations are not tax deductible.