Yes, it's Your Armory. The citizens of this great city not only own this iconic building, but you deserve to share and celebrate the rich, nearly century-old history of military and community service. The question is, "how do we hold on to this irreplaceable, one of a kind piece of history?". We need to begin the process of restoring it to it's intended and proper place as a community gathering place. A center to showcase all that New Rochelle has to offer. The one place our future generations can shape this City through their understanding our past. There is no option other than to say "We must make this vision a reality".
How do we do this? Here's where you come in. Join the ever growing number of supporters who have seen the importance of a grass roots movement to revitalize the city from within. Community enrichment, commerce, children, seniors and all of New Rochelle will benefit when YOU get involved with the only proposal that has the community, your community, as its focus. It's the one group that has advocated restoration for the good of the City.
Be a part of the next chapter of New Rochelle's history and join us at our next meeting. This Thursday, June 7th at 7:30 PM at the Post 8 Legion Hall (112 North Ave)you will hear the latest update on what it takes to save a city. We can move forward with waterfront access, increased commerce, green technology and serving the community by utilizing what we already own.
Every great journey begins with the first step, YOUR first step. So save the date, Thursday, June 7 at 7:30 in the Post 8 Legion Hall at 112 North Ave. and find out how easy it is to make history.
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