Due to our rather extensive maintenance and update in progress at The Veterans Community Center in Citrus Heights, our main gathering place, it has been decided that the Center will remain closed through the Holidays and reopen the week of January 9, 2022.
What's going on? Well, a rather large project including painting of the main hall, replacing the acoustic ceiling tiles, and finally replacing the flooring. All are badly in need of refresh and update, so this is a great thing!
Look for pictures of this project upon completion....We Can't Wait!
In the meantime, Merry Christmas to you and yours, and Happy New Year from Veterans Community Center!
See you January 10th!
It has been a long time coming, but finally the interior of the Veteran's Community Center is getting a refresh!
As you probably know by now, this building is over a century old, and it's been decades since it got any updating in the main hall. We have added modern bathrooms to accommodate visitors and events held here, but the main hall has the same old paneling and suspended acoustic ceiling it's had for years.
With the help of Vince Robles, our main guy in charge of updates and maintenance around the Center, we are getting ready to give the interior a much deserved painting, and we should have a completely new look soon!
The work will be done the week of December 13 through the 17th, so the Center will be closed to visitors during that time. That means we will not be hosting lunch that Tuesday or Thursday.
To help show where we are beginning this project, here are some "before" photos of the interior. We will post the "after" pics as well, so look for those in a couple of weeks!
How she looks now:
Just a reminder that this Center is totally supported by donations. If you feel led, would you please consider donating to our goal of serving the community's Veterans? You can do that HERE or stop by the Center during open hours of 9am to 1pm, Monday through Thursdays most every week.
As mentioned above, we will be closed the week of Dec 13 - 17, 2021 for this refresh project.
Thank you and Happy Holidays to everyone!
James Newton Rounsavell was the Founder of Veterans Golf Park for Disabled Vets, dba Veterans Community Center. Jim was a life long golfer and began to realize that golf could help disabled vets with PTSD and TBI, two very degrading but all too common syndromes that affect our Vets.
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