Mayor Graham Richard will host the Northeast Indiana Mayors' Roundtable on Thursday, July 6.
The theme for the meeting will be regional services. Two service agencies, Community Harvest Food Bank and McMillen Health Center, will be featured.
Community Harvest Food Bank is the largest food bank in northeast Indiana serving more than 50,000 people each week. In 2005, the food bank distributed eight million pounds of food to those in need. America's Second Harvest recently recognized Community Harvest as the “2005 Food Bank of the Year.”
McMillen Health Center offers over 60 programs for pre-school through high school youth. Each year approximately 45,000 children learn about general health, safety, nutrition, and fitness to name a few.
The meeting will also include a presentation on the new Regional Public Safety Academy to be built at Southtown Centre. The academy will provide public safety training and education for professionals and students from the region.
The event begins at 10 a.m. at the Community Harvest Food Bank, 999 E. Tillman Rd.