Forest City Mayor to Visit as Part of Twinning

Forest City Mayor to Visit Charlottetown as Part of Twinning
Posted on 11/28/2018
The City of Charlottetown is pleased to welcome Mayor Steve Holland and his wife, Sherri, from Forest City, North Carolina. Mayor Holland is visiting Charlottetown from November 29 until December 3 as part of the City of Charlottetown – Town of Forest City Municipal Twinning.

Charlottetown City Council passed a resolution in October to twin with Forest City to work together on joint cultural, heritage, tourism, beautification, event and economic initiatives and projects that will advance the relations between the municipalities.

“We’re so pleased to have Mayor Holland and his wife, Sherri, visiting our great city,” said Charlottetown Mayor Clifford Lee. “This twinning partnership will prove beneficial for both communities for years to come.”

Mayor Holland has chosen this time of the year for his first official visit to experience the holiday season in Charlottetown. Forest City is known as one of America's Christmas Capitals.
During the Charlottetown visit, Mayor Holland and his wife will be meeting with a number of people, touring venues, enjoying Holiday programming, and decorating a tree on Christmas Tree Lane (Great George Street), among other activities.

Forest City, North Carolina was incorporated as Burnt Chimney in 1877 and the name was changed to Forest City in 1887. The population is approximately 7,500.

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