The Community Building (or Memorial Home) is a large 3 story building that has a large and small meeting room, a lounge, public restrooms and kitchen. We are able to set up tables and/or chairs to accomodate many different types and sizes of groups. The Memorial Home also contains a memorial for the World War I and II veterans that served from the Atlanta and Eminence Communities. The first floor of the building is wheelchair accessable
from the rear of the building. It is located at the corner of SW Sixth and NW Race Street.
Just behind the Memorial Home is a building that we call the "Barn". It is used extensively in the summer because of it's large screened in area with tables and the seperate kitchen facilities. It also has public restrooms.
The Atlanta Eminence Memorial Building serves as the main meeting facility of the Park District. This is the view from SW Sixth Street.
The main meeting room of the Memorial Building is excellent for receptions, meeting and parties. The newly remodeled area takes on the flavor that it originally held when it was part of the Patton family residence.
The Memorial Building kitchen offers equipment and space for preparing meals for groups large and small. Dishes and utensils are available for use.
A smaller meeting area is available near the front entrance for those times when a large space is not required.
In the main hallway of the Memorial Building is the World War I and II memorial that lists all those who served from the Atlanta and Eminence community.
At the rear of the Memorial Building is the "Barn". It contains a large kitchen, meeting area with picnic tables and restrooms. The upper portion is used as the Boy Scouts meeting area. This building gets great use in the summer for reunions and celebrations. It also is the main eating center as part of the Atlanta Fall Festival.