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Presque Isle Community Center Breaks Ground

Presque Isle Community Center Breaks Ground

| July 10, 2015

A vision is coming to life. “The last two years it’s consumed so much of our time, but it’s so worth it,” said Co-Chair of the Fundraising Committee Lucy Richard. Richard is talking about fundraising for a new community center for Presque Isle and the surrounding areas. After raising more than $3.75 million, the ground […]

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Presque Isle Community Center Reaches Fundraising Goal

Presque Isle Community Center Reaches Fundraising Goal

| June 8, 2015

“We had a great anonymous donation of $1.5 million in memory of Rodney Smith,” said Fundraising Campaign Co-Chair Steve Richard. The new Presque Isle Community Center has raised enough money to break ground and can do so if approved by the city council. The Fundraising Campaign Committee was able to raise $3.82 million, which is […]

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New Ashland Community Center Construction To Begin in August

New Ashland Community Center Construction To Begin in August

| June 25, 2014

A new Ashland community center is expected to open by late fall. That’s just a few months away and construction hasn’t even begun. But town officials say plans are moving along quite well and on schedule. Shawn Cunningham reports. This large hole contains enough debris to fill a swimming pool. Its what used to be […]

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Moving Forward on the Presque Isle Community Center and Outdoor Pool

Moving Forward on the Presque Isle Community Center and Outdoor Pool

| April 9, 2014

The Presque Isle Community Center is moving forward, as the council has given the go ahead for the next major steps. “They are going to end up getting the project to the point where it is prepared. So the next thing the council would authorize is for the architects to actually convert that design into […]

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Upcoming Referendum Will Decide Proposed Community Center Project Future

Upcoming Referendum Will Decide Proposed Community Center Project Future

| October 29, 2012

One week from tomorrow the country will vote on a new President, a new Congress and new state lawmakers. Closer to home, in Presque Isle voters will weigh in on whether to move forward OR NOT with plans to build a new community center. Shawn Cunningham reports.

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