Welcome to the Summit Hill Heritage Center
Our mission is to provide a community meeting place for all in Summit Hill and the surrounding communities, provide a perpetual facility for the Summit Hill Community Food Bank and its successors; provide a venue for cultural events including musical, historical, low cost educational programs; and a place for all community service groups to meet and/or hold events.
The Summit Hill Heritage Center is located at the corner of Hazard and Chestnut Streets in Summit Hill. The site is the former St. Paul's UCC church and one of the four churches mentioned in Ripley's Believe It or Not as HOLY SQUARE.
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Heritage Center hold ribbon-cutting to celebrate new handicap ramp
Thursday, January 10, 2013
Published on Times News Online (http://www.tnonline.com)
Come one, come all!
In an ongoing effort to reach out to every member of the community, the Summit Hill Heritage Center held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Sunday to celebrate its new handicap accessible ramp.
"It's been a couple years in the works," said center president Deb Ranck.
Of course, money was an issue.
But that is where Summit Hill resident, Bobby O'Gurek stepped in. O'Gurek, who designed and maintains the center's website, posts all the updates for upcoming events at the center.
"I thought to myself, I wish I can go to these events; however, I couldn't get in the Heritage Center by myself," said O'Gurek. Kindhearted members offered to carry O'Gurek in his electric wheelchair to provide him access, but due to the 400-500 pound weight, O'Gurek felt it best not to go so that no one would be hurt.