West Salem Civic Club & Neighborhood Watch #316

 Who We Are      

 

 

 The West Salem Civic Club was organized by the men of West Salem returning from World War II. They wanted to help the schools, churches and people in this area. Their first meeting place was the Old Granville School which was located where Granville Place now stands. They sold Christmas trees and Easter flowers  to raise funds to buy the property and build the building where the Club now meets. The Club was called The West Salem Men's Civic Club. The name remained until the late 1980s when it was changed to The West Salem Civic Club.

There have been a large number of neighbors who were officers in the group but the one who was President the longest was Lonnie Senter. He was the President for 26 years. 

We at present have 51 members, and our doors are open to anyone who wishes to become a member.

We have made many changes to the building over the years. The ceiling was installed a few years ago with the help of a good neighbor and friend, James Moore. A new floor was put down a couple of years ago, and we keep trying to update the building.