Our Membership Meetings
Our membership meetings allow us to come together as an organization and learn about our community and its members. We share news and updates from town officials, sponsoring members, nonprofits and most importantly, you. Our meetings are free to attend for members and we allow guests to attend a meeting before deciding on whether to become a member.
2020 Membership Meeting Dates
Breakfast – 7:30am to 9:00am
Lunch – 11:30am to 1:00pm
Venue: The Matthews House
Sample Meeting Agenda
(adjust accordingly for Lunch Meetings with a start time of 11:30am)
7:30-8:00am Open Networking (Breakfast Served at 7:45)
8:00-8:10am Introduction to Speaker
8:10-8:30am Featured Speaker
8:40-8:50pm Town Updates
8:50-9:00am Membership Announcements
Town Updates include but are not limited to: Town of Cary Represenatives, Police Department, Fire Department, Cultural Arts Center, Town Council, Chamber of Commerce, and Sponsoring Members.
2020 Speakers Roster
(subject to change on the speaker’s availibility)
|Paul Gregg||Executive Director, Glenaire|
|Downtown Development Panel|
|Bill Fletcher||Wake Co. Board of Education|
|Cathleen Turner||Regional Dir., Preservation North Carolina|
|William D. Lewis||Cultural Arts Manager, Town of Cary|
|Mayor Harold Weinbrecht||Mayor of the Town of Cary|
|Police Chief Toni Dezomits and Fire Chief Mike Cooper||Public Safety|
|Joe Millazo||Executive Director, Regional Transportation Alliance|
|Kris Carmichael||Page Walker|
If you have an idea for a speaker or if you would be interested in being our speaker, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you’re interested in sponsoring a membership meeting, please fill out this contact form
Connected to the Heart of Downtown Cary since 1997
Our Mission is to inform, engage, support and empower merchants, organizations, and residents of Downtown Cary.
We do it by hosting membership meetings that feature speakers, announcements on current events in downtown and a meal. We also host events that bring people to downtown Cary and political forums. Members are encouraged to become involved through committees and by serving on the Board of Directors.
The Heart of Cary Association is governed by a Board of Directors. The Board oversees all committees. We have recently formed a merchants’ committee. Soon we will also form committees for nonprofits and residents. These committees will represent our three main stakeholders, and will meet to ensure that their interests are being taken into account within the Heart of Cary Association.