...Scott Grant, owner of Grant’s Custom Homes, has invited everyone who lives in or has interest in Pleasant Hill and the surrounding area to attend the first “State of the City” event, on Thursday, April 20, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., at the Pleasant Hill Memorial Building, 212 Cedar Street.
...“The primary purpose of this event is to celebrate the positive growth atmosphere, which is prevalent in Pleasant Hill,” said Scott. He is encouraging the community to get on the bandwagon and embrace the positive characteristics, which identify the Pleasant Hill community.
...Tyler Monath, president of the Pleasant Hill Chamber of Commerce, will speak about the goals and efforts of the Chamber of Commerce to be a positive force for their members. Tyler will also serve as emcee of the program. Other speakers
include C. J. Hicks, mayor of Pleasant Hill; Dr. Wesley Townsend, superintendent of Pleasant Hill Schools, and Mark Muller, owner of Max Motors and star of History Channel’s “God, Guns & Automobiles.”
...Each speaker will emphasize the qualities of the Pleasant Hill community, not only the residents, but also the local businesses. “We believe our audience will find the speakers’ messages to be motivational and will encourage those in attendance to appreciate Pleasant Hill’s willingness to help each other in any way they can,” said Scott.
...Pleasant Hill is a community which thrives on the neighborly spirit of helping each other. The Lay Clergy Council is a great example. Eleven churches work together for the good of the community. The recent “Sharing of the Green” was an excellent example of the community’s combining their energy to host a fun event for the purpose of raising funds to enable the Love Fund to help those folks who occasionally need a “hand up” to get through a crisis. This is one example of
Pleasant Hill’s proactive desire to support positive growth in any way they can.
...Plan to attend, enjoy the free lunch, which is provided by local businesses and the Chamber of Commerce and learn about the exciting things which are happening or are in the planning for the Pleasant Hill community.
...“We hope our guests will find the positive tone of the speakers’ messages exciting and will create an overall positive experience,” said Scott.
...“We hope to instill an attitude of gratitude, of being thankful that we live in Pleasant Hill, Missouri, a town where we care about each other and want to do what we can to always be a kind, caring neighbor,” said Scott.
...Plan now to attend the “State of the City,” enjoy the free lunch and be grateful that you have chosen Pleasant Hill to be your hometown.