Downtown Nonprofit Plans to Preserve Its Historic Home

Mike Colvin Fast Facts

The Dayton Woman’s Club has requested funding from the Dayton Regional Priority Development and Advocacy Committee (PDAC) for a restoration project. The nonprofit has requested $175,000 to go toward essential repairs including roof and flooring replacements, kitchen and bathroom updates, basement sealing, and replacement HVAC equipment. The historic home that houses the Dayton Woman’s Club was built in the 1840s and is still used today to host various educational programs and events for club members and members of the public. A weekly luncheon is open to the public each Wednesday. More information about the Dayton Woman’s Club, its history, and upcoming events can be found at

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