Lowe’s Home Improvement donates $68,000 to renovate senior citizen center at Odessa’s Old Town Hall | Columbia Basin

ODESSA – Lowe’s Residence Enhancement selected the metropolis of Odessa as 1 of its 100 Hometowns winners.

The 100 Hometowns plan is Lowe’s affect task system that money 100 unique neighborhood-based mostly endeavors across the U.S. as portion of its 100th birthday celebration. Odessa was only 1 of a few areas selected as a 100 Hometown recipient in the Pacific Northwest.

Task nominator Terri King says Lowe’s donated $68,000 to enable renovate Odessa’s Previous Town Corridor. The historic town corridor homes a senior citizen middle that was in dire need of staying modernized. Renovations bundled new flooring, construction of a massive door to open the area, new lights, new appliances, and electrical updates.






Odessa’s Outdated City Hall from the outside 


The 100-year-outdated city hall is a put the community appears to be like upon with delight. The space is a haven for senior citizens to socialize, cook and engage in a wide range of work out classes. The senior center’s objective is to support its elderly group maintain excellent wellbeing, reduce loneliness, and make improvements to longevity.

“When our German ancestors recognized Odessa in 1900s, they remaining a legacy that continue to exists today,” stated job nominator Terri King. “It can be seen in the very long-time period investments made in the community around the last century: healthcare facility, nursing house, assisted-residing, school system, park, public swimming pool, Outdated City Hall, industrial park, golfing system, and a local community celebration that attracts 1000’s of individuals each 12 months. When other smaller communities are disappearing, Odessa has a dazzling potential. In Odessa, we know the grass isn’t often greener someplace else, fairly, we require to make the most of the group we have and nurture it so it proceeds to thrive.”

On Oct. 22, the city of Odessa will rejoice with an occasion referred to as “Renovation for the Senior Era,” at the Previous City Hall. The Lowe’s crew will maintain a Crimson Vest volunteer day for about a dozen of their workforce to assistance cleanse and place the developing back together commencing at 9 a.m. The thoroughly clean-up will be adopted by a group celebration at 11:30 a.m. which will understand Lowe’s, the volunteers that served, and the 100 persons/groups who donated an added $16,000. Those included in the renovation undertaking include things like volunteers with the neighborhood Lion’s Club, community users, and neighborhood college students.

 The renovation is just about complete.