Renovation Progress

There is MUCH more to do!

Your donation helps to keep the renovation project on track. 


Civic Center Interior Demolition

Update: January 2021

A special thank you to Mr. Carl Manning and Team, for the interior demolition and clean-up of the Spring Lake Civic building. Your services have allowed SFHA to proceed to the next step in the renovation of the building.


We are excited and anticipate the architect working on the design and plans for a total renovation of the interior and exterior, including the grounds.

Next Step - September 2021 Architect will begin working on design and plans for a total renovation of interior and exterior, including grounds.

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Completed: Critical Roof Replacement 12/04/2019

The historic civic center building has a new roof.


The roof provides stability and protection for the building and sets that stage for the full renovation.


Learn how you can support the completion of Phase 1, including the replacement of windows and doors.


Our Goal: Complete the renovation and open this building as the Sandhills Heritage Center.

Completed: Architect Plans and Drawings for Roof Replacement

Payment for the Architect was funded in part by a grant from the Terence L. Mills Fund for North and South Carolina of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Thank you NTHP!

Architect for Roof Replacement: 5th Wall Building Diagnostics. Thank you Jeff Spady.

Project Manager for Architect Phase: J. Carl Manning, Creative Management Consulting Group, LLC. Thank you Carl Manning. 

Marion Stedman Covington Foundation

has awarded a grant to SFHA for the roof replacement. This is a huge statement of support for our renovation project and for the importance of the historic civic center building. Thank You!

Cannon Foundation has awarded a grant to SFHA to for the roof replacement. Our community welcomes this support as we continue the work to Renovate, Restore and Reopen our historic civic center building!

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