City of Trotwood to Re-open Renovated Cultural Center, further strengthening local community.
The City of Trotwood is proud to re-dedicate the Trotwood Community and Cultural Arts Center on Sunday, August 26, continuing its push to revitalize the creative and cultural aspects of the city alongside its established economic growth.
Special thanks are extended to Trotwood City Mayor Mary A. McDonald and State Representative Jeffrey Rezabek, 43 District, who recognized the community’s needs and worked to secure the funding and resources necessary to renovate and re-open the facility.
“I am extremely proud of Mayor Mary A. McDonald and the Trotwood City Council for their vision of this extraordinary community asset.” said Quincy Pope Sr., Trotwood City Manager. “This community and cultural arts center will positively impact Trotwood residents for decades to come.”
The effort to renovate the center is part of a larger campaign led by Mayor McDonald and the Trotwood City employees to achieve lasting growth within the city. Alongside drawing economic growth into the community by providing businesses an attractive place to grow, efforts like the rededication of the Community and Cultural Arts Center seek to give Trotwood an even stronger community foundation.
“The Trotwood Community and Cultural Arts Center will serve the Trotwood citizens as a great community asset for many years to come.” said Mayor McDonald. “We are excited for the many great future opportunities it will bring.”
The rededication ceremony will take place from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Community and Cultural Arts Center, located at 4000 Lake Center Drive. Musical guest, C. Baccus will be providing live entertainment during the event, and light refreshments will be offered as well.
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