(THREE RIVERS) - After ten months of work the new St. Joseph County Commission On Aging Enrichment Center and Residence is open.
Friday afternoon a ribbon cutting ceremony and open house was held at the new Enrichment Center, which used to be the Three Rivers Inn. COA Executive Director Tim Stoll says he is glad to see the building finally open. LINKC.
The building had been vacant for 12 years until the COA purchased it and turned it into an enrichment center and apartments for seniors to live in. Stoll says many people questioned the idea of having a senior center and apartments, but they changed their minds as the project moved along. LINKD.
In addition to the enrichment center and apartments, the building is also the home to the COA offices and to the Meals On Wheels Program.
Stoll says there are still some apartments to rent. If anyone wants more information, they can call the COA offices for more information or to set up a tour.
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