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10th Anniversary Facts
Did You Know?
In 2008, Mill City Commons was incorporated and membership kicked off. One year later, the organization was publicly launched and programs began. Here are a few anniversary highlights over the past ten years.
embers tour the TPT studios at an After Hours Connect event.
MCC’s Guthrie play-reading program started 9 years ago this month. The first play: “The Importance of Being Earnest.” Today, 25 members participate in the program.
A new program open to all but designed to accommodate those still working full time--After Hours Connect--was offered for the first time a year ago this month.
Returned Peace Corps Volunteers share their stories.
MCC’s weekly enewsletter, Mill City Musings, launched 9 years ago this month.
MCC members are diverse, but some also have common experiences. At least 8 MCC members are former Peace Corps volunteers.
Mill City Commons Launch Party in 2009.
MCC held its public launch event on June 17, 2009, at the Phoenix, and 131 people attended.
Bridge-loving MCC members have been bidding, trumping and winning in monthly gatherings since May 2009.