November 2, 2001
Lawrence W. Crow, Jr.
Shanley, (863) 534-6631 or
Station/Neighborhood Resource Center Open House This Saturday,
An open house to
celebrate the grand opening of the Polk County Sheriff's Office COPS
(Community Oriented Policing) station located in the new Eloise
Neighborhood Resource Center will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. this
Saturday, Nov. 3, 2001. Community members are encouraged to attend the
Resource Center open house, which will include lunch/refreshments.
Sheriff Lawrence W. Crow, Jr., and his staff will gather with members of
the Eloise community, business leaders, and county representatives
to celebrate the open house for the new Eloise Neighborhood Resource
Center, located at 710 Snively Avenue in Eloise. The event will feature a
ribbon cutting ceremony, building dedication, and speeches from local
officials and community members.
The new county facility - funded by a Polk County Community Development
Block Grant (through the Polk County Housing and Neighborhood Development
Office) - will house the Sheriff's Office Eloise COPS station, Meals on
Wheels, Polk County Transportation, Elderly Services, an Infant Child Care
Center, and more. The new COPS station replaces the old station previously
located on First Street in Eloise.