The Salvation Army in Wadsworth to Raze Two Houses in Preparation for New Building Project
What: The Salvation Army in Wadsworth is eager to start the beginning steps for their new 12,000 square foot building project. Step One is to demolish two uninhabitable houses owned by The Salvation Army to gain critical space for the new building. Removing these houses will allow The Salvation Army in Wadsworth to replace the current Corps Community Center with a larger building that includes an expanded kitchen, food service area, community room, additional parking, and a new Learning Center for after-school programs.
Who: Major Tara Harrison , Commanding Officer of The Salvation Army in Wadsworth Interviews Available: 12:00pm to 2:00pm
Why: The Salvation Army in Wadsworth has been a critical part of this community at 527 College St. for over 30 years. Since that time, the population in Wadsworth has risen, as has those living below the poverty level. The new building will double the current square footage and proposed optimal space for onsite programs, new activities, and storage needs.
When: Wednesday, May 25th , 2022, 1:15pm
Where: The Salvation Army in Wadsworth 527 College Street Wadsworth , OH 44421