Harry Whiting Brown Community Center (HWB)
Harry Whiting Brown Community Center is a non-profit community center enhancing and connecting our community.
To enrich the community of the Village of Glendale, Ohio.
Community | We honor the founding principle that Harry Whiting Brown Community Center is for all residents of the Village of Glendale. We offer a meeting place for community activities and community meetings.
Participation | We strive for active partnerships with our community and the individuals we serve. This is one way we connect with our community. Through thoughtful planning, services provided and the facilities, we will continue to serve our community on a self-supported basis.
Creativity | We will aid, assist and encourage community cultural and artistic endeavors. We will provide facilities for a library, classes, displays and performances for the arts and humanities. We will sponsor classes, seminars, lectures and performance for the exhibition and the appreciation of the arts and humanities.
Recreation | We will encourage and promote healthy lifestyle opportunities. We will provide facilities for health and fitness classes including, but not limited to yoga and the martial arts.
Development | We believe that the development of Glendale’s youth is vital to our community. We will provide a meeting place for local community Scout Troops and provide a safe place for our youth to meet and our children to engage.
Diversity | We believe there is strength in diversity and respect the choices, beliefs and ideals of all people. We will not discriminate against any party; we seek to build relationships with and empower as many people as possible.
Financial Sustainability | We believe the work we do will be valued for many years into the future. Therefore, we strive to operate as a charitable organization with thoughtful strategic choices that ensure we have sufficient financial resources.
Amy Lord Flury, President
Sarah Wiley, Vice President
Rohit Sharma, Treasurer
Rochelle Dickson, Secretary
Board meetings are generally held on the third Tuesday of the month.