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Take the Community Center Survey TODAY!

The Community Foundation for Mason County, along with key community stakeholders, is launching a survey to seek input to measure community interest in exploring the potential for a new multigenerational community center for people of all ages to enjoy social, cultural, recreational, fitness, and educational activities.  Take the survey HERE or click on the blue button above.

Multigenerational community centers are designed to be quality-of-life facilities where individuals from different age groups can come together to engage in various activities. These centers aim to foster social connections, provide educational opportunities, and offer recreational and fitness programs tailored to the unique needs of the local community. 

The survey is a critical component of a feasibility study, which will assess the community’s desire to have such a facility in Mason County, gather opinions regarding potential location, and identify the types of amenities and services that should be considered if the project were to proceed. 

This public survey and feasibility initiative is a collaborative effort involving primary stakeholders, including the Community Foundation for Mason County, the County of Mason, the Chamber Alliance of Mason County, Corewell Health Ludington Hospital, Ludington Area Schools, Hamlin Township, Mason County Central Schools, Mason County Eastern Schools, the City of Ludington, Pere Marquette Charter Township, the City of Scottville, Lakeshore Food Club, the District 10 Health Department, and West Shore Community College. You may find additional information here.

Your input is vital as we explore the possibility of creating this type of development in Mason County. Paper copies of the survey are available at the Ludington and Scottville libraries and the Chamber Alliance of Mason County office.