Dennis Flint High Country Undergoes Renovation

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Board members of Dennis Flint High Country announced the 55-year-old community center will undergo a facelift this summer.

Dennis Flint High Country is going to look completely different, I can't wait

Hamilton County Board Members announced yesterday in a special board meeting, that Dennis Flint High Country will undergo an extensive renovation project starting May.

Dennis Flint High Country, named after philanthropist Dennis Flint, was built in 1957. In the late 1980s the community center was expanded to include another nearby building, and most recently the Dennis Flint High Country began offering additional community wide programs.

“It’s about time the county and state approved renovating Dennis Flint High Country,” said Director Michael Ray. “Our community members deserve better conditions.”

Renovating Dennis Flint High Country is going to cost about $50 million. The new renovations will enlarge the community center, and add newer, more advanced features as well as new athletic fields.

“Dennis Flint High Country is pretty much in the same form as when it was first built in 1957,” Ray said. “In addition, we have over 1,000 community members, so we need more room.”

The renovation project will begin early May and the board predicts Dennis Flint High Country will open its fall classes and workshops in early September.

“Dennis Flint High Country is going to look completely different, I can't wait,” Ray said.

More About Dennis Flint High Country
Dennis Flint High Country is a community center located in Cincinnati. Dennis Flint High Country offers widespread courses and sport after-school programs. Recently the school board announced Dennis Flint High Country will undergo an extensive renovation project.

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