12/31/2013 “STATE OF THE HALL” SUMMARY

 

Total funds raised to-date: $3,335.00

Total dollars spent to-date: $1,317.00

 

General:

- The Kearney Community Hall Board held five formal meetings in 2013

- We applied for our 501(c)3 status with the IRS, to help pursue and accept contributions.

- Scott, Joe, and Courtney developed and fine-tuned renovation plans through several iterations.

- We re-measured building dimensions and elevations and submitted them to architect Brandon Vince who drew up conceptual drawings subsequently approved by the board.

- We requested WYDOT fence the highway right-of-way at the Kearney Hall.

 

Construction:

- Todd Schuster (Schuster Construction) secured donated materials from local building suppliers, volunteered his crew, and put a temporary cover on the roof to save the hall from further water damage.

- The old hardwood dance floor is protected from further water damage going into winter.

 

Fundraising:

- Individual contributions

- We received a $2,000 HAAF (Historic Architectural Assistance Fund) grant through the Alliance for Historic Wyoming. The Alliance hired CTA Architects of Bozeman, MT to complete the assessment, submitted in August.

- The Board decided to hold an old-time country fund-raiser auction at the hall the first Saturday in June 2014.

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FACT SHEET

KEARNEY COMMUNITY HALL

a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization

4444 Highway 87
Banner, Wyoming 82832

Mailing Address:

KEARNEY COMMUNITY HALL

P.O. BOX 124

Story, WY  82842