In the midst of World War II, the Woman’s Club and other prominent citizens launched a patriotic Fourth of July parade and celebration. The parade, with firetrucks, floats from scout troops and civic organizations, continues today, and is beloved by many for one of the most successful small town parades.
For decades, the organization functioned as two groups, one for older women and one for younger. Recently, in keeping with the philosophy that a range of age difference is viewed as a positive benefit, the two groups merged, providing more camaraderie for all.
The building contains a spacious Ballroom with a stage, brass chandeliers, and graceful 25 foot ceilings. The Ballroom is 65 feet by 40 feet and is large enough to seat up to 200 people comfortably with room for dancing. Twenty 60” round tables and 225 chairs are available for use during rental of the building, as are six and eight foot rectangular tables. There is an attractive bride’s room off the Ballroom.