Crossroad Community Center, located in the Rosewood Community in the upper section of Cleburne County, received a $6000.00 grant from Coosa Valley Resource Conservation & Development.
The Center is used by the community for family reunions, showers, rehearsal dinners, and social gatherings. The funds were requested by Commissioner Laura Cobb.
This is a list of things were able to do with the grant money.: New wide mental door, rework all the electric work and replace the electric box, sheet rock work, close window - block work, new cabinet, paint inside and out, three inside doors, two handicap bathrooms with towel holders, storage room with racks/mop bucket sink/mop bucket, four - 60” tables, handicap ramp pad for front entry way, case off mental poles with wood inside.
All electric work was donated by Terry Hulsey with Hulsey Electric. New water heater donated by Dewight and Joan Brown. The labor was provided by the Cleburne County Work Release Program. Block work was donated by Billy Holley
Commissioner Emmitt Owen provided his service with the construction and was able to secure donation for the bathrooms. “We are so thankful to have a organization(RC&D) that reach out to helps community like us.”