Thanks in large part to a Rush County Community Foundation Grant (RCCFG), the Glenwood Community Center recently had new windows installed. The center was built in 1970 and has served the rural community since that time as a meeting site for the town board, community functions and other events.
According to town clerk-treasurer Mary Richardson, in recent years, other RCCFG monies have been used to make additional upgrades to the location - new furnace, air condition as well as outdoor playground equipment to name a few improvements.
The facility has also become compliant with current American Disabilities Act requirements with access rams to the building and an ADA compliant restroom.
The community building is located in the 200 block of Durbon Street and inquires to renting the site can be made at the Glenwood Mini-Mart located at the intersection of SR 44 and CR 700E.
At 6:15 p.m. Thursday, a community pot luck dinner will be held at the community building as a means for area residents to view firsthand the most recent improvements.
Contact: Frank Denzler @ 765.932.2222 x106.