Hayesville, a small town with a big heart.
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So much to do. So much to see.
This is the 5th year of the Small Town Main Street program in Hayesville and grant opportunities are helping to sustain the work plans but additional donations are needed. Historic Hayesville Inc. is a 501c3 non profit corporation and administrator of the Hayesville Small Town Main Street program. See below to make a financial donation to HHI. See individual project descriptions for more details and how contributions for a specific project can be made.
Committee work plans for 2018
Pedestrian connectivity is in the STMS work plan.
Promotions Committee is working on new banners, way finding signs and a downtown map featuring businesses, art, history and cultural locations accessible by walking or bicycle trails.
Economic Vitality group plans include promoting the Hayesville Farmers Market and Small Business Saturday, recruiting new businesses and providing additional support to those already established in downtown.
Economic Vitality group volunteers will join the Design Committee this year to work with Mayor Baughn for safety and improved parking.
New recycle and waste bins for at least 10 locations inside the historic courthouse square and around downtown are a current project from the Design Committee. Plaque recognition will be given to organizations who make donations to Historic Hayesville Inc. for at least one bin.
Committees make plans!
Typical committee meeting consisting of volunteers making plans in Hayesville for various downtown projects that benefit everyone. Volunteers make them happen!
Two happy Hayesville volunteers that have shucked what seems like bushels of local grown corn for sale at a fund raising event on the square. Friends of Historic Hayesville volunteers promoted events and summer flowers at the 2017 annual Small Town Main Street/HHI picnic on the square. Please support our efforts, consider a donation.
Please support our efforts, consider a donation.
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Photographs are courtesy of Ron Wallace, Stephan Banakas, bobbystuff.com, Clay County Progress, partnership organizations and others. Art work is courtesy of Signs Fast Inc..