As the LCC approaches its 100th birthday, the question of how to remain relevant to the community is one the Board of Directors wrestled with. Ultimately, the Board decided on two courses of action – renovations and strategic planning. So the grand lady known as the Littleton Community House received a much needed face lift. Littleton Millworks and Starr Construction removed the vinyl siding, repaired, restored and painted the original clapboards.
At the same time, the Board started working on a Strategic Plan. “The process gave us time to consider all the different aspects of operating and maintaining an historic property. We solicited community input, set priorities and developed achievable goals. It has inspired the Board to move forward on some big projects.“ states George Mitchell, Board President
In the spring of 2017, fifty-five people filled out the Littleton Community Center’s Community Survey. The results helped the LCC’s Board of Directors develop a Strategic Plan with a new mission and three focused goals.
And the Survey Says …