Kiwanis Announces $4 Million Expansion To Vulcan

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Kiwanis Club of Birmingham To Expand Vulcan Park And Develop 2-Mile Trail Connection

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala.— Today at a luncheon meeting with Mayor William A. Bell, Sr. and the Birmingham City Council in attendance, the Kiwanis Club of Birmingham and its 500-plus members unveiled plans to enhance Vulcan’s role as the heart of a new and dynamic Birmingham to celebrate the club’s 100th-year anniversary. At the Kiwanis Club’s meeting on Nov. 15 at noon at the Harbert Center, Club President Tom Thagard along with Mayor Bell detailed the expansive project budgeted at $4 million.

“Supporting and strenghtening our city has always been the mission of the Kiwanis Club of Birmingham. Invigorating Vulcan’s role as the unifying symbol of Birmingham is fitting for our club’s Centennial Project. We hope that it will serve as a catalyst for renovation, rejuvenation and transformation for a new Birmingham,” Thagard said. “Major public improvements are nothing new to the Kiwanis Club of Birmingham. We have a rich history of advancing the civic spirit and improving the infrastructure of our city,” Thagard added.

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Kiwanis Club of Birmingham and Mayor Bell To Announce Major Community Improvement Project

Kiwanis Club of Birmingham and Mayor Bell To Announce Major Community Improvement Project
Announcement set for Nov. 15 at noon at the Harbert Center in conjunction with a speech by the Commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border protection

Birmingham, Ala.— The Kiwanis Club of Birmingham and its 500-plus members will unveil a major community development project for the City of Birmingham to mark the club’s 100th-year anniversary  with full support from Mayor William A. Bell, Sr. and the Birmingham City Council.
At the Kiwanis Club’s meeting on Nov. 15 at noon at the Harbert Center, Club President Tom Thagard [Read more…]