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    Giving Back | 33
November 2017
Renovating and preserving the Dayville Community Hall is our mission, to
provide an updated, usable facility for community, school, and private events.
Dayville Community Hall Renovation Committee
P.O. Box 321, Dayville, OR 97825 • 541-987-2188 • of Dayville
Jody Winkelman, Niki Fisher, Diane Dupree, Ruthie Moore
The Dayville Community Hall Renovation Committee works for the current welfare of the community hall, as well as planning
for its future. Meetings are held on a regular basis to plan for events, to discuss the upkeep of the hall, and to talk about the
financial condition of our renovation fund. We strive to keep the community hall in a functioning, usable condition. We work
to raise funds in hopes of leveraging this money for acquiring grant funds in the near future. We hold functions throughout
the year to bring our community together within our hall in hopes of keeping the spirit of our beloved hall alive. We strive to
do this so that those of future generations can also come to love this building as we do.
We are always seeking new members and volunteers who are interested in joining the Dayville Community Hall Renovation Committee. Monetary
donations are appreciated. Donors who give over $100 have their name engraved on a metal plate that is placed on a wood plaque that hangs in the
community hall.
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