Q: How long have you been involved with the Haldeman Community?
Since we began about 8 years ago.
Q: How long have you been a board member of the Haldeman Community Center?
Since its origin.
Q: How has the Haldeman Community changed throughout the years?
One of the biggest changes is that the community has gotten smaller.
Oscar C. Williams
Q: Why do you think the Haldeman Community Center is a vital part to the community?
By the use and attendance. It takes a load off the UFD.
Q: What kind of work do you do with the Haldeman Community Center?
Not only am I a board member but I help do all of the manual labor, cleaning, and construction.
Q: What would you like to see happen to the Haldeman Community in the future?
I would like to see the Center be able to build on to the existing structure and I would like for us to work on creating an outdoor park for the center.
Q: What has been your most memorable or rewarding experience you’ve had with the Haldeman Center since becoming a board member?
Helping with the After School Program and helping with the youth in out community.
Q: Why should people get involved with the After School Program and the Center’s other endeavors?
It’s good for the community and our anti-drug program. Tutoring is available.
Q: What are some specific projects, equipment, or supplies that the Haldeman Community Center require in order to keep operating?
Computers. Donations for the heating and electric.