Wallick was excited to take part in the groundbreaking for The Villages at Roll Hill’s new Farmer Family Boys and Girls Club on Wednesday.
This monumental project – seven years in the making – is set to bring about transformational change in the entire Roll Hill community.
As our largest community, Roll Hill spans 80 acres and serves 704 families. Situated in an area often isolated from many surrounding resources in Greater Cincinnati, the new Boys and Girls Club is poised to be a game-changer for our youth and families at Roll Hill.
The $7 million two-story building will cater to K-12, allowing Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Cincinnati to significantly broaden their services to children and teens in the area. The location where the Boys & Girls Club currently meets is limited because they operate inside a shared space at the local elementary school. This new location will allow for extended weekend hours and enhanced afterschool and summer programming.
Thank you to the Farmer Family Foundation and the City of Cincinnati for their contributions to the project!
And special thanks to Wallick team members Lisa Hyde-Miller, Dave Hendy and Brian Hendy for their tireless efforts.
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