Chaney check

Messenger photo by Linda Dillman
Members of the Canal Winchester Area Historical Society received an early holiday gift when Destination: Canal Winchester presented the organization with a check for $10,000 for renovations to the O.P. Chaney Grain Elevator. Destination:Canal Winchester Executive Director Karen Stiles said the donation will be matched by the Woods Foundation for another $10,000 to benefit the effort. The east elevation of the structure recently underwent a $20,000 renovation and the historical society continues their fundraising efforts while working on replacing the exterior siding on the west elevation elevator. Pictured left to right, bottom to top are Steve Donahue, president of the historical society, and Destination: Canal Winchester Treasurer Marilyn Ekelberry; Larry Flowers, historical society vice president and Mike Coolman, Destination:Canal Winchester board president. The entire renovation is estimated to cost approximately $2 million.
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