Collaborative Efforts In The Community
Thanks to the efforts of a few concerned organizations things are looking a little better in Emlenton.
Libby Hansford who spear heads the House of Trades (HOT)through the Keystone SMILES AmeriCorps program helped organize a crew to help take down a garage that had posed some safety concerns on Oak Alley in Emlenton on Monday, February 27th.
On site to give a hand were members from the Chapel on the Hill church of Emlenton and a crew from the Mustard Seed Missions program out of Oil City.
The clean up was a gesture of goodwill for the homeowner who could not have afforded to have the garage torn down on her own. Due to safety concerns in the community pending fines were on the horizon.
SMILES is currently refocusing its efforts to make more of an impact on the communities to which they serve. Through the years they have helped make improvements throughout Emlenton and in particular at Mineral Springs Park several years go.
Sloppy Joes and dessert were provided by Chapel on the Hill at the Boys & Girls Club Along The Allegheny.