The Greer Community Facilities Association
Provide and maintain a facility that brings the community of Greer together in order to enhance recreational, educational and business opportunities.
The entire Greer Meadow was once privately owned. As part of a trade agreement, the meadow lands were acquired for National Forest use, and a parcel of land (between Greer’s Main Street and the meadow) was designated for special community use. This is where the community center is currently built. As this land trade concluded in the 1990s, a nonprofit group was created to provide stewardship for the property. This group is known as the “Greer Community Facilities Association”(GCFA).
Current Board Of Directors
As of August 15, 2022, the Greer Community Facilities Association includes the following Board of Officers and Members:
- Paul Polasky; President
- Patricia Mosher; Treasurer
- Jean Nelson; Secretary
- Scott, Lou Anne
- Jansen, Susan
- Kurtz, Bill
- Nolin, Jill
- Polasky, Paul
- Smith, Lee
- Hal Abel
- Wright, Elvia; Summer Facility Manager
We depend on donations to continue to provide for the community 365 days a year.
Thank You For Your Support!
Since The Ragel FamilyGreer Community Center is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, your donation is tax deductible!