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THE AMP TO RESTORE RIVERSIDE

THREE GREAT LAKES

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BEAUTIFYING CENTRAL PARK

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BUILDING ON GREENVILLE’S GEMS

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A UICK NOTE FROM: ANICE SCH ANBECK E ECUTIVE DIRECTOR

arly in the year, to improve the look o downtown, we spearheaded e orts to give Central Park a ace li t. hat began as a pro ect to repair the ountain started the Chamber s Marketing Committee on the path to a ma or park renovation pro ect. urning something that is scru y and unloved into something that is vibrant and used by the community will help improve our area immensely. e re not ust rehabilitating a historic park, but creating a place. Placemaking reinvents public spaces as the heart o a community. Parks are where community happens Having access to healthy open space can encourage community to orm - and orm naturally. e hope that events and activities hosted at Central Park will encourage a sense o community and usage o the park. Hand in hand with the Central Park pro ect, the chamber has also taken on responsibility or enhancing the Community Market that calls Central Park home. e continue to encourage everyone to shop and support our small businesses. hose small businesses create a ripple e ect, and we don t want to lose them. Small businesses help us stand out and give avor to our community. Once an identity is built, it helps attract other businesses that see themselves as a good t

or the avor and reputation o the area. In that sense, small businesses are also ambassadors and magnets to other businesses and entrepreneurs. Small business owners who live and work in our area have a ondness or this community. Because o that, they en oy helping out local groups and schools. hey support local teams and nonpro ts through volunteerism and other acts o kindness. A point to remember is that or every 100 spent locally, 68 stays in the community. I was happy that we were able to sa ely host several o our events this year including Grapes Growlers, Chamber Gol Day, a ew ribbon cuttings, and our annual community parades. It was a great eeling to be able to get back together again. I encourage all members to get involved whether it s attending an event or serving on a planning committee, submitting your event to our calendar, or using the Monday email promotions. our membership investment allows the chamber to ul ll its mission to provide leadership and promote community development, while maintaining a climate conducive to the continued economic and educational progress. I look orward to 2022 and what we can accomplish.

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FROM REVAMP THE AMP TO RESTORE RIVERSIDE

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reenville s Riverside Park has long been considered one o the town s ewels it once even helped earn the town an award rom Better Homes Gardens.

But these days, it may be looking better than ever. A group o volunteers called Restore Riverside has been building on their work to Revamp the Amp to beauti y the large park around it. Over 27 months that culminated in a rededication in 2020, volunteers organi ed and per ormed landscaping, sandblasting o the stone seating, and the construction o a covered stage, which now houses per ormances, at the Graul Amphitheater. From there, Restore Riverside has cleared out the park s overgrown ditches, has addressed more than 65 o roughly 200 dead and dying trees, and installed a new bocce court and canoe launch.

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ith 211,857 in a state grant, they ll take down more dead trees, rebuilding the park s basketball court and construct a pickleball court, among other work. he park was once 20 acres o woodland along the Shenango River that was donated to the Borough o Greenville in 1911. It wouldn t be developed until 1931, though, when in the grip o the Great Depression, the Greenville mergency Relie Association put local men to work clearing the land. hat group was succeeded by the orks Progress Administration which mostly notably provided work or local men to create the amphitheater. oday the park provides a long, paved loop or walkers, runners and bikers a seasonal base or Carried Away Out tters, which rents canoes and kayaks multiple pavilions and baseball and so tball elds a large playground and home or ocks o ducks and geese.

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CHAMBER EFFORT BEAUTIFYING CENTRAL PARK

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reenville s Central Park has a brick ring where a ountain once stood, but no ountain. he town has several downtown eateries, but not necessarily a great, handy outdoor spot to take the ood. And it has tons o outdoor opportunities in Riverside Park but ewer options or those south o Main Street. A committee o Greenville Area Chamber o Commerce members has ound a solution to all o that, and they re calling it Pennies or Our Fountain. In the spring o 2021, the group rst announced their plans to replace the ountain, to add lighting, upgrade the electrical, to remove dead trees and add new landscaping, and uickly saw tens o thousands o dollars in donations. Greenville High School Class o 1972 started a competitive e ort to donate and raise money or the pro ect udy Beauchat, who used to teach at the ormer Penn High School across the street, gave 25,000 hersel while

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others are literally scraping together pennies to make the roughly 75,000 pro ect a reality. Many o the large, older trees have already come down Arrow lectric has already started on the electrical and Brown s Masonry has been making the new, precast ountain over this winter. hey also plan to see seating, games and events added to the park. Once the overhaul is complete, it ll be a place or those working downtown or grabbing a bite downtown to take ood rom Main Street restaurants in nice weather a destination or nearby amilies to walk or bike not to mention being a boost to the seasonal decorations and concerts the park is known or. hat includes the community market which eatures produce and other vendors rom May to mid-October that the chamber has been working to boost.

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STRATEGIC PLAN LOOKS TO BUILD ON GREENVILLE’S GEMS

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he community o Greenville has always been lled with thought ul people looking to grow and improve the town and attract new business.

hose e orts have gained a considerable amount o steam in the last couple years as a grant rom the own o Greenville has brought on a consultant. Kirby Date, o KM Date Community Planning, has more than 20 years o experience in the eld, and has assembled a team o additional experts, as well as stakeholders with an intimate knowledge o Greenville, to help plot a course toward improvement or the town. hey ve identi ed strong oundations to build on and are developing plans on what and how to build. hat are these strong pillars to grow on Greenville is a college town, home to hiel College, which brings uni ue cultural events, obs, students to engage in the town, and graduates with a strong bond with the community.

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he Shenango River which was Pennsylvania s River o the ear in 2021 cuts through the town s Riverside Park and its downtown, drawing countless kayakers and canoers, and a potential to draw them to downtown businesses. Date also identi es the downtown itsel as a ewel. Its three unbroken blocks are rare, and the historic value o them only grows that value. he work is already bearing ruit, as a committee out o Greenville Area Chamber o Commerce have already sei ed on one o the ndings the value o drawing people to Main Street with a large pro ect to beauti y Central Park read more inside . Consultants are also brainstorming ways to capitali e on the town s large amount o river- ront property with the Shenango River cutting through town, and are identi ying untapped markets, such as research showing that community would support a smaller market with higher uality ood items.

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GREENVILLE: DIFFERENT THAN TO NS ITS SI E

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his publication has already covered many o erings rom museums and a symphony, to art galleries and a kayakable river owing through its downtown but there s even more that separates Greenville rom other communities its si e. A hospital For more than 115 years, Greenville has been home to a hospital. It started as a 14-bed acility, with a reception room, dining room, kitchen, operating room and sterili ing room, and today, under PMC, houses an emergency room, the PMC Hillman Cancer Center, the PMC Heart and ascular Institute, a pain management center and services in imaging, dermatology, neurology and others. Paid police and re departments For the sa ety o its residents and businesses, the own o Greenville maintains pro essional police and re departments that are sta ed 24 7, 365. hey re services that are a rarity or communities Greenville s si e, especially the career re department,

but Greenville voters have backed the service time and time again. he 24-hour sta ed re department means not only can re ghters get to homes and businesses within the town limits within three minutes, but also uickly to incidents in neighboring municipalities. o be sure, neighboring volunteer departments play a big role in the area s re protection, and the o cers o Hemp eld ownship Police Department are vital to the area s sa ety and law en orcement. An airport It s not within the Greenville town limits, but it is the Greenville Municipal Airport, and it s ust a ew miles outside o town on ast amestown Road in Greene township. It s home to two runways, one lighted and the other unpaved, hosting pilots or a pit stop to get uel or to take o or a 15-minute ight to Franklin, or o to Carol County, Ohio.

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REC GROUP DREAM OF COMMUNITY CENTER COMING TRUE

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or 55 years, Greenville s ast lementary School was a place or local children to learn and play.

hen it closed in 2018, some thought that book had closed. But soon, it will again be a place or local kids adults to learn and play.

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On Oct. 29, 2020, local non-pro t Community Recreation o Northern Mercer County bought the building right in the middle o the town s ast Side neighborhood to create a community center. ith the group receiving the oning approval it needed in the nal months o 2021, renovations have begun. he group o volunteers is looking to create opportunities or a ter-school activities, a tness center, a child watch center or adults using the center, ull-day day care and preschool, art and music rooms, an outdoor playground and more.

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eaders o the group have said they plan to have the center open or the summer camp season o 2022, and as part o their und-raising, will be providing scholarship options so all have an opportunity to have access. he group has also entered into an agreement with the Buhl Club in the Shenango alley to manage the acility, and included with membership ees, members will have access to the Buhl pool. he acility has been named the Baughman Family Community Center in honor o the pro ect s largest donor, the late David Baughman. Baughman a orld ar II veteran and the director o personnel at Greenville Steel Car until 1983 le t 1.2 million to the Greenville area when he passed Nov. 8, 2012, at the age o 91. He directed his trust to put much o the money toward local recreation like this pro ect.

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THREE GREAT LAKES LOTS OF REC NEARBY

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rom parks, a bike trail, to a river, Greenville has a lot o recreation opportunities to o er within its town limits, and within a short drive, there s even more.

ithin a 20-minute drive are three large lakes, each with their own uni ue o erings. he closest is Shenango River ake. he .S. Army Corps o ngineers run the lake about 10 minutes south o Greenville, that is a big draw or boaters, as it allows or areas o unlimted horsepower. Chestnut Run o ers swimming, and anglers will nd crappie, bass, walleye, bluegill, cat sh and perch. About 15 minutes north o Greenville, Pymatuning ake is one o the state s largest bodies o waters and is home to some notable landmarks. here s the historic gatehouse at the dam near the park o ce, and the spillway, which is home to so many carp,

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they say when you throw bread to the sh, they re thick enough or ducks to walk on their backs. he park is also home to plenty o shing and boating, as well as several swimming spots Main Beach, Beach wo and inesville. ake ilhelm at Goddard State Park is the urthest drive rom town at about 20 minutes, but is a avorite o cyclists. A 12-mile, paved loop around the park has made it the host o the annual Pedal the akes bike tours, as well as hal - and ull marathons or runners. Rarely does the path leave site o the lake s shoreline as it travels through orest and owered elds. In addition to boating and shing, it s also home to some o the area s best eagle watching.

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EVERY YEAR IS A GOOD YEAR TO SHOP SMALL TO SUPPORT YOUR COMMUNITY BUT DURING THE PANDEMIC IT’S EVEN MORE IMPORTANT

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rom pandemic-related shutdowns, to supply shortages, to worker shortages, businesses o all si es have been hit hard since March 2020, maybe none more so than small ones in local communities. And what better way to support them than by stopping by and buying something In its most recent estimate, American xpress said that an average o 67 cents o every dollar spent in a local business stays in that community. hether that s through local wages, contributions to local teams and groups, or even local taxes that help und police and re departments, street repairs and community improvements. It s one reason that Greenville Area Chamber o Commerce directs shoppers to nearby store ronts and businesses. Chamber members, too, are sure to re uent these proprietors, because not only does it keep the local

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economy strong, and they re solid businesses but the shop owners are their riends and neighbors. In addition to the nancial component, there s a cultural one as well. Big box stores and chain restaurants look the same and o er the same products coast to coast, but where else are you going to nd local honey, key cutting and a sledgehammer in the same place, like you can in Hurlbert Hardware on Main Street in Greenville. he artistic touch o the Bent Fork is unlike any restaurant you ll nd elsewhere, and the co y, hometown eel o Fresh Grounds is something the co ee and donut ranchises can t hold a candle to. Cross the street and you ll nd another rarity, a shop dedicated to selling and xing shoes the Shoe Hospital. Small Business Saturday is a tradition every weekend a ter hanksgiving, but the idea o shopping small is relevant all year, every year.

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hose who don t know Greenville are o ten surprised at all it has to o er.

Why is that? Few communities its si e can boast a symphony, art galleries, theaters and museums. Since 1929, the Greenville area has been home to the Greenville Symphony Orchestra, which per orms at hiel College s Passavant Center. he college itsel provides a wealth o culture, drawing noted musicians and per ormers rom across the country, as well as staging per ormances in its own black box theater and hosting galleries o regional artists. he community itsel can boast more than its air share o artistic talent, which can o ten be viewed in the Sans MOCO gallery above the Fresh Grounds Co eehouse another avorite o locals and visitors. In addition to per ormances at hiel, theater ans will nd per ormances rom Greenville Area Community heater and the Penn-Ohio oung Actors Playhouse. Greenville Area Public ibrary hosts matinee screenings

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most weeks, community cra ts, and a wealth o events or kids. he community staple can o er texts on the long history o the community, and three museums can help show it. he augh House on est Main Hill in the town s oldest brick home is a kind o general history museum or the community with rotating displays and themes, while the Greenville Railroad Park on Main Street and the Greenville Canal Museum on Alan Avenue have ocuses that are right in their names. And the borough o 5,500 is even home to a daily newspaper. Covering local news, community events, sports, human interest and more, he Record-Argus has been publishing since 1848. hile Greenville and its neighbors can nearly o er it all, it s also a airly short drive to notable cities. Drive an hour and 15 minutes south and you can catch a Steelers, Pirates or Penguins game an hour and a hal west to see the Browns, Guardians and Cavs or an hour north to aldameer Park, to see the rie Otters or Seawolves, or to visit Pres ue Isle.

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