Chamber holds ribbon cutting for Rose Ave. Dream Center


The Fayette County Chamber of Commerce was excited to hold a ribbon cutting ceremony for the Rose Ave. Dream Center, formerly Rose Ave. Community Center. Located at 412 Rose Ave. in Washington C.H., the Dream Center is working with families to build community, support stability, and foster transformation. Church services are held every Friday night at 6:30 p.m. and community programs consist of a clothing center, food pantry, furniture ministry, the newly-dedicated Chris Lindsey Library, an after-school program, parenting and kinship programs. For more information, call (740)636-7673. Pictured: Front row; Rev. Warren Goble, Pastor Crystal Spriggs, Pastor Philip Spriggs, Pastor Joy Stanforth, Dr. Mary Hermiz, Rev. Joseph Duvall, Back row; Pastor Daniel Spriggs, Dennis Milstead, Raymond Mick, Pastor Jodie Truex, Pastor Jon Truex, Pastor Justin Siler, Mike Early, Mike Wilson, Dr. Connie Bowman, Rev. Tom Young

The Fayette County Chamber of Commerce was excited to hold a ribbon cutting ceremony for the Rose Ave. Dream Center, formerly Rose Ave. Community Center. Located at 412 Rose Ave. in Washington C.H., the Dream Center is working with families to build community, support stability, and foster transformation. Church services are held every Friday night at 6:30 p.m. and community programs consist of a clothing center, food pantry, furniture ministry, the newly-dedicated Chris Lindsey Library, an after-school program, parenting and kinship programs. For more information, call (740)636-7673. Pictured: Front row; Rev. Warren Goble, Pastor Crystal Spriggs, Pastor Philip Spriggs, Pastor Joy Stanforth, Dr. Mary Hermiz, Rev. Joseph Duvall, Back row; Pastor Daniel Spriggs, Dennis Milstead, Raymond Mick, Pastor Jodie Truex, Pastor Jon Truex, Pastor Justin Siler, Mike Early, Mike Wilson, Dr. Connie Bowman, Rev. Tom Young


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The Fayette County Chamber of Commerce was excited to hold a ribbon cutting ceremony for the Rose Ave. Dream Center, formerly Rose Ave. Community Center. Located at 412 Rose Ave. in Washington C.H., the Dream Center is working with families to build community, support stability, and foster transformation. Church services are held every Friday night at 6:30 p.m. and community programs consist of a clothing center, food pantry, furniture ministry, the newly-dedicated Chris Lindsey Library, an after-school program, parenting and kinship programs. For more information, call (740)636-7673. Pictured: Front row; Rev. Warren Goble, Pastor Crystal Spriggs, Pastor Philip Spriggs, Pastor Joy Stanforth, Dr. Mary Hermiz, Rev. Joseph Duvall, Back row; Pastor Daniel Spriggs, Dennis Milstead, Raymond Mick, Pastor Jodie Truex, Pastor Jon Truex, Pastor Justin Siler, Mike Early, Mike Wilson, Dr. Connie Bowman, Rev. Tom Young

The Fayette County Chamber of Commerce was excited to hold a ribbon cutting ceremony for the Rose Ave. Dream Center, formerly Rose Ave. Community Center. Located at 412 Rose Ave. in Washington C.H., the Dream Center is working with families to build community, support stability, and foster transformation. Church services are held every Friday night at 6:30 p.m. and community programs consist of a clothing center, food pantry, furniture ministry, the newly-dedicated Chris Lindsey Library, an after-school program, parenting and kinship programs. For more information, call (740)636-7673. Pictured: Front row; Rev. Warren Goble, Pastor Crystal Spriggs, Pastor Philip Spriggs, Pastor Joy Stanforth, Dr. Mary Hermiz, Rev. Joseph Duvall, Back row; Pastor Daniel Spriggs, Dennis Milstead, Raymond Mick, Pastor Jodie Truex, Pastor Jon Truex, Pastor Justin Siler, Mike Early, Mike Wilson, Dr. Connie Bowman, Rev. Tom Young
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2022/09/web1_Rose-Ave-Dream-Center-8.28.22-ribbon-cutting-37-.jpgThe Fayette County Chamber of Commerce was excited to hold a ribbon cutting ceremony for the Rose Ave. Dream Center, formerly Rose Ave. Community Center. Located at 412 Rose Ave. in Washington C.H., the Dream Center is working with families to build community, support stability, and foster transformation. Church services are held every Friday night at 6:30 p.m. and community programs consist of a clothing center, food pantry, furniture ministry, the newly-dedicated Chris Lindsey Library, an after-school program, parenting and kinship programs. For more information, call (740)636-7673. Pictured: Front row; Rev. Warren Goble, Pastor Crystal Spriggs, Pastor Philip Spriggs, Pastor Joy Stanforth, Dr. Mary Hermiz, Rev. Joseph Duvall, Back row; Pastor Daniel Spriggs, Dennis Milstead, Raymond Mick, Pastor Jodie Truex, Pastor Jon Truex, Pastor Justin Siler, Mike Early, Mike Wilson, Dr. Connie Bowman, Rev. Tom Young Courtesy photo