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OTH wins $68,000 from Lowe's centennial

 

Last updated 7/29/2021 at 9:27am

Terri King

Kelly Weber, instructor for the senior-citizen exercise class held at the Old Town Hall, narrates the video portion of Odessa's entry into the Lowe's 100 Hometowns program. The camera man is FBLA member Nathan Carstensen. FBLA president Emily Scrupps stands next to Weber, and community member Jan Foster is at far left.

ODESSA – The Old Town Hall Rejuvenation Society is thrilled to be one of the 100 impact projects that are the cornerstone of 100 Hometowns, an initiative to celebrate Lowe's centennial. Lowe's received more than 2,200 submissions to the 100 Hometowns program, which invited people across the country to nominate their hometown projects in need. The 100 Hometowns program will complete 100 projects across 37 states that rebuild areas reeling from natural disasters, repair critical housing, restore beloved community centers and revive green spaces. The 100 Hometowns projects span urban, rural...



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