Your donation to the organization will help the grassroots efforts to start a façade program (listed in the Community Master Plan) that will help encourage property owners and businesses to improve the exterior appearance of their buildings and storefronts.
Blooms and Roots for Main Street USA: Downtown Marceline wants to make a beautiful and visible impact to our downtown district for all to enjoy by purchasing lamppost planters for the lampposts that line Main Street USA and those in Ripley Park. We also want to add a splash of color by purchasing three colorful industrial planters and filling them with beautiful flowers.
Historic Preservation: Downtown Marceline and the City of Marceline understand the positive benefits of having properties listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Properties listed on the register will help secure our town's history for our future generations to enjoy. It will also aid toward the rehabilitation of historic structures, tax credits, and encourage investments for economic development.
We have four fun and active committees that meet once a month for an hour. For a description of each committee, please click on the image.
If you are interested in being involved with any of these committees, please contact Toni Sportsman at: Toni.email@example.com
Big things are happening in Marceline! The momentum has been established and is soaring thanks to our volunteers, City of Marceline, Missouri Main Street Connection, and Linn County Commissioners. Working together we have the passion, commitment, and energy to revitalize Marceline. However, this also takes financial support. Financial support is integral as we carry forward with a growing number of projects and events. By donating to Downtown Marceline you are supporting our mission to revitalize Marceline into a vibrant 21st century community while preserving the rich historical past.
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The heart of a volunteer is never measured in size, but by the depth of the COMMITMENT to make a difference in the lives of others. – DeAnn Hollis