WHAT: Grand opening for the new Holden Heights Community Center. The 10,500-sq.-ft. facility serves the Holden Heights area and includes spaces for multiple community-based programs. It replaces a smaller existing neighborhood facility that will be demolished with the eventual widening of the I-4 corridor. Features of the $4 million community center include a computer lab, high-tech training room, rental space, social service programs for vocational training and state-of-the-art technology.
WHEN: Wednesday, June 17
9:30 – 10 a.m. ribbon cutting (best time for media)
Open house and tours end at 2 p.m.
WHERE: Holden Heights Community Center
1201 20th St.
Orlando, FL 32805
WHO: Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs
Lonnie Bell, Director of Family Services, Orange County Government
Sherry Paramore, Manager of Community Action, Orange County Government
Victoria Siplin, Orange County Commissioner – District 6
Members of the public can RSVP to the ribbon cutting ceremony to Trellany.Williams@ocfl.net.
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