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Central Apartments holds Chamber After Hours

Posted: Friday, February 8, 2013

The management of the new Central Apartments in downtown Huntington held a Chamber After Hours on Wednesday, February 6. The event was held from 4 to 6 p.m. with twenty-two people in attendance.

Guests were treated to a tour of the Central Apartments, formerly Central Elementary School, and given a peak into several different rooms. The tour continued with visits to the restructured former community gymnasium and lounge areas. The former nurse’s office and principal’s office are now used as libraries and gathering rooms for the local residents.

Heather Bradley of Angels of Mercy HomeCare Plus catered the light meal of cold meats and cheeses, vegetable tray, candies, nuts and an assortment of cookies.

Charlotte Center, manager of the complex, said that all of the 35 subsidized apartments in the complex are currently full and they have a large list of individuals waiting for a room to become available. The apartments come with refrigerator, stove, washer, dryer, carpeting and blinds furnished. Utilities with the exception of electricity are furnished. The complex is also structured for individuals 55 and over, but seven apartments are not age governed.

Shown in the picture at above is Charlotte Center, center, in black, talking with Rose Meldrum, marketing director at Markle Health & Rehabilitation; Belinda Clancy, far left, American Senior Communities, talking with Heather Bradley of Angels of Mercy and Lon Knecht, right, Star Excavating Inc.