Well folks, we are not only open again - hopefully this time for good - but we are fresh and new!
Thanks to Home Depot, we now have new paint on the hall walls, we also have brand new acoustic ceiling tiles and fresh LED lighting overhead! And the topper? It's the new vinyl plank flooring throughout that looks amazing and promises to last for years!
You know, in this 100+ yr old building, which often looked it's age, all of this is really a Godsend for both the regular Veteran attendees here, but also for the community, which held this building for over 40 years as it's primary Community Center in Citrus Heights.
After years and years of tired paneled wood wall covering, tile with pits and tears throughout the hall, and even a temporary but very inexpensive replacement vinyl floor in the kitchen, the Center has finally taken a real step forward to making this a visitor friendly building for both regular attender and visitor alike.
Check out the pics below:
Don't forget we offer lunch on both Tuesdays and Thursdays. Tuesdays is "Hot Dog Day" with top quality hot dogs the center of attention, grilled fresh on our professional grill cooker. On Thursdays we have a catered meal, featuring a variety of great eats, from soups to spaghetti and everything in between!
If you are a Veteran, we urge you to come by and meet fellow vets and enjoy the new Center with us! The pool table is ready too, with new covering and bumpers. Books, recordings, games, food and great coffee. It's all here!
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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