Restored church to be donated to CL boro for offices

The Conneaut Lake Community Development Committee hosted an open house Saturday, Oct. 25, to unveil the new Town Hall for the Borough. CLCDC Chairman Bill Eldridge welcomed friends, colleagues and history buffs to the beautifully refurbished historic building, formerly known as the High Street Community Church. Violinist Melissa Kruse played waltzes and olde-time music as cider, tea, and cucumber sandwiches were served. Home-made pastries, with home-made whipped cream and jelly rounded out the refreshment table.

Developer Ron Anderson, President of Universal Development of Girard, OH, bought the building with the intention of restoring it and preserving its historic value. He intends to donate it to the town of Conneaut Lake.

The new Town Hall looks absolutely beautiful; upstairs there is an airy, open interior with a stage for music, plays or lectures. The hall can be used for arts and entertainment, receptions or banquets, both private and public. A small kitchen with counter top and window are situated at the back.

Downstairs are freshly painted, bright offices with plenty of windows and light. Each office has closet space and room for desks and chairs. - See Offices page 18

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