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Greensboro Civitan Club celebrates 100 years with display at library
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Greensboro Civitan Club celebrates 100 years with display at library

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To commemorate its 100th anniversary, the Greensboro Civitan Club is placing pictures, banners and other items at the Greensboro Central Library at 10:45 a.m. on Thursday.

The library is at 219 N. Church St. and the items will be on display for six weeks.

Those in attendance will include Nancy Vaughn, mayor of Greensboro; Helga Fasciano, Civitan North Carolina East governor; and Jim Melvin, former mayor and current president of the Bryan Foundation.

Due to COVID-19, the club meets via Zoom at 1 p.m. on the first and third Fridays of the month. To register for a Zoom, email the secretary at thirdof8@gmail.com.

Prior to the pandemic, the club met at the K&W Cafeteria, 3200 Northline Ave. in Greensboro.

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