2011-03-30 / Society

RIBBON CUTTING AT FRIENDSHIP CROSSING



A grand opening and dedication ceremony was held Thursday, Feb. 24 for the new apartment complex located south of U.S. Hwy. 84 on the east side of Donalsonville at 1405 S. Friendship Avenue. Construction began in March of last year. Following a prayer by Bryan Collier and welcome by Deacon Winfred Lewis, Pastor Millie Rambeau unveiled a portrait of the late Deacon John Wesley Rambeau, Sr., dedicating the community center to his memory. Welcoming remarks were made by Marian Walker, Mayor Joe Burke and Mayor Pro Tem Charles Barineau and Annie Calloway. The Seminole County Partnership Development LP, consisting of the Seminole County Training School Inc. and PHASE Inc. is owner of Friendship Crossing, consisting of 17 two- and 23 three-bedroom apartments equipped with appliances, washer/dryer hookups, a playground area for children and community center to be used by all the residents. The housing development is situated on a nine acres site. Members of the Seminole County Training School Inc. include, left to right, board member Mitchell Blanks, advisory committee member Earlene Bramlett, board member Gene Rambeau and Bryan Collier, treasurer Winfred Lewis; front row, left to right, president Annie Ruth Calloway, vice president Marion Walker and secretary Emma Brunson. A grand opening and dedication ceremony was held Thursday, Feb. 24 for the new apartment complex located south of U.S. Hwy. 84 on the east side of Donalsonville at 1405 S. Friendship Avenue. Construction began in March of last year. Following a prayer by Bryan Collier and welcome by Deacon Winfred Lewis, Pastor Millie Rambeau unveiled a portrait of the late Deacon John Wesley Rambeau, Sr., dedicating the community center to his memory. Welcoming remarks were made by Marian Walker, Mayor Joe Burke and Mayor Pro Tem Charles Barineau and Annie Calloway. The Seminole County Partnership Development LP, consisting of the Seminole County Training School Inc. and PHASE Inc. is owner of Friendship Crossing, consisting of 17 two- and 23 three-bedroom apartments equipped with appliances, washer/dryer hookups, a playground area for children and community center to be used by all the residents. The housing development is situated on a nine acres site. Members of the Seminole County Training School Inc. include, left to right, board member Mitchell Blanks, advisory committee member Earlene Bramlett, board member Gene Rambeau and Bryan Collier, treasurer Winfred Lewis; front row, left to right, president Annie Ruth Calloway, vice president Marion Walker and secretary Emma Brunson.

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