Main Street Greensburg would like to thank all those who attended, performed during, and especially those who sponsored this year’s Second Friday events downtown.
Each year, we hope to bring more people to the district to eat, shop and congregate, reminding friends and neighbors why living in a small community is special. This season proved to have some trying weather extremes, but based on the response we received, the 2012 Second Friday series was a success.
We’d like to recognize the groups who contributed their time and talents to offering a little extra each month: the band “Heart Attack” for providing the soundtrack to each Second Friday, all those who “cruised-in” and lined the courthouse with autos from today and yesterday, the Tree County Players for their musical preview of “Annie Jr.,” The Decatur County Animal Shelter for sharing information and their adoptable four-legged friends, and Family Dental and Greensburg Urgent Care for adding a bit more “glowing” ambience and hot dogs in October. Each are great partners and help to make the events all the more special for all who attend.
We’d also like to thank the City of Greensburg, Decatur County Commissioners and the Greensburg Street Department for their cooperation in letting us use the facilities, materials, and space to make the event happen each month.
Finally, Second Friday would not happen without its sponsors. We thank Wolf Theaters and Clear Sound Design for making the productions possible — it’s great to have such expertise in our community. And most of all, we thank Enhanced Telecommunications and First Federal Savings and Loan of Greensburg, two great businesses and generous community partners, for their continued sponsorship of the Second Fridays.
All are clearly assets to the city, county and downtown district, and their support of such efforts for the betterment of our community only highlight their value.
We look forward to seeing everyone next year.
Bryan Robbins, Executive Director, Main Street Greensburg
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