As members of the Trenton community, we often find ourselves rallying for the Capital City and serving as cheerleaders for our community. While misconceptions can run rampant, the folks who call Trenton home know just how much charm and character the city has. As we seek to improve the city’s perception and invite visitors into the community, we need to be equipped with answers to skeptic’s most pressing questions. To learn more about promoting our community and answering the tough questions, join the Kiwanis Club of Trenton and Director of Community Engagement for Isles, Stacy Heading, to learn more about why places like Trenton matter.
On Wednesday, May 3rd, you are invited to the Kiwanis Club of Trenton’s monthly luncheon. The event will kick off at 12:15 pm at Leonardo’s II, located at 2021 U.S. Highway 1, Lawrence, NJ 08648. Lunch is available off the menu for $20 per attendee, payable at the door. If you plan on attending, please RSVP by May 2nd at firstname.lastname@example.org or (609) 208-9991. The afternoon’s conversation will be led by Stacy Heading, whose work with Isles and throughout the community helps to implement strategies to improve our city and provide the vital answer to the question, “Why to care about places like Trenton?”
Stacy Heading is a Trenton native who has devoted himself to developing meaningful programming to impact and uplift the community’s youth. Through his work, he serves as a liaison between the City of Trenton and several other organizations to continue to advance his career at Isles. Furthermore, Heading’s efforts are integral in bringing neighbors and groups together to unify the city. Through years of dedication and service, Stacy has forged deep relationships with community members, improving outcomes for our youth, the city, and the region at large in the process.
Mr. Heading is also a Certified Life Coach and Program Director of Servants Endeavoring to Empower and Develop (S.E.E.D.) Male Mentoring Program. He founded “Heal the City,” focusing on building positive community efforts. Stacy attended Devry University and graduated from the Dale Carnegie Training program. Outside of his professional pursuits, Stacy serves as a Deacon at True Love Center and enjoys spending time with his grandson.
This critical conversation is hosted by the Kiwanis Club of Trenton, a dedicated group of advocates committed to making a difference in the Capital City. Their work encompasses various efforts, including educational sessions noted above, drives and efforts for Trenton students, and raising funds to enable local kids to attend summer camp. Their devotion to service provides invaluable support to the community, helping to uplift some of the city’s most vulnerable populations. If you’d like to read more about their efforts and how you can get involved, please check out their website here: Home – Kiwanis Club of Trenton.
If you have any questions, please get in touch with Mike McCormick at email@example.com or (609) 208-9991 for further details. This event is a beautiful opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals and get folks to care about the city we call home, so RSVP today.