Valley Falls' future set for Wednesday eve discussion

(KAIR)--Planning for the future of Valley Falls.

That's the reason behind a special session, set for Wednesday evening, in the Jefferson County community.

According to a release from the City, Compehensive Planning for the City's Future is the theme of meeting, to be held in the Kendall Bank Community Room, located at 406 Broadway Street, in Valley Falls.

The comprehensive planning session is set to start a 5:30; however, doors to the community room will open at 5:00 to allow for a review of draft work related to the future planning.

All Valley Falls community members are encouraged to attend.

Meanwhile, progress is tangible when viewing the Valley Falls Historical Society Museum. That's due to the installation of a new awning on the building, located at 312 Broadway Street, on Friday.

A release from the historical society says that not only does the awning add beauty to the building, it "most importantly protects the front windows and contents inside the museum from sun damage."

According to the release, the funds making the upgrades at the museum possible are due to contributions received during the Valley Falls Community Foundation Match Day last fall.

The release notes the next project, made possible through the donated funds, is painting at the Historic Shrine Church, located next door to the museum.

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