Pictured: (Front) Councilman Brian Wolfe, Amy Washabaugh, Rep. Anielski; (Back) Mike Dunlap, chef, owner and butcher for the Fresh Butcher Deli Cafe in Broadview Heights.

State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Walton Hills) recently attended the Taste of Broadview Heights, where she met with constituents, small business owners, and community leaders.

“Attending community functions is an important way for me to meet directly with constituents,” Rep. Anielski said. “I am always supportive of fellow community foundations helping each another for the good of the entire municipality.”

“The Broadview Heights Community Foundation was honored to have Representative Anielski attend the 5th Annual Taste of Broadview Heights held on January 30th. We appreciate her support of the Broadview Heights Community Foundation and our efforts to raise monies for the benefit of the residents of Broadview Heights. It was a fun and successful night as approximately 345 attendees enjoyed great food from 14 area restaurants and helped us raise over $6000 for an arbor/stage planned at Broadview Commons,” said Lori Siwik, chair of the Broadview Heights Community Foundation.

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