Happy New Year Here's to a safe and healthy 2021!
Mount Pleasant Township Honor Roll WORLD WAR II Steve Bawolak/Malcolm Dinsmore/Charles Dotts/ Donald Gordon/Grover Gould/Ernest Kaiser/ Louis Kargle/Earl Kersten/Joseph Manion/ Richard McAnany/James McDowell/Joseph Mercier/ Nicholas Meriage/Michael Morris/Harold Ramacker/ Wayne Scott/Roy Storrick/John Williams
KOREAN WAR Howard Andrews
VIETNAM WAR Donald W. Jacobs/Charles L. Zoog
PERSIAN GULF WAR Joseph P. Bongiorni III
PEACE TIME SERVICE N. Robert Allshouse/Robert M. Campbell/ L. Jeffery Cowden/Robert W. Davidson
IN HONOR OF THESE SERVICE MEN WHO MADE THE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE FOR THEIR COUNTRY WE SALUTE YOU!
Fall/Winter 2020 THANKS TO ALL DONORS TO OUR 2020/2021 FUND DRIVE!! We have long range plans to continue renovating our interior common areas and ongoing electrical updating that includes more efficient lighting. Along with annual maintenance of interior painting and exterior landscaping adding and replacing canvas coverings and installing new flooring in lobby areas. We do not operate with any tax monies and rely solely on tenant revenue and donations from friends and neighbors to operate this 28 room building and continue to update all safety and fire features. Please consider us for any of your 2020 tax deductible donations.
The Old Schoolhouse Players have completed the new seating in the Bud Allison Memorial Auditorium. They started a New Seat Fund several years ago and had received enough donations and contributions to begin the task of removing the old seating ( purchased from the Ft.Cherry School District in the early 1990's ). With the remaining funds provided by the Community Center the seating (218) was purchased and installed by the OSP Team and finished in 2018. OSP Artistic Director Cynthia Berg had taken on the job of referbishing the auditorium ceiling ( originally painted and designed by Dick Brown in 1989 ). We would like to thank OSP and their members for taking this project on and providing all the labor and artistry for this facelift and providing an added treasure to the theater community of Washington County and Mt. Pleasant Township.