Built by the WPA, this community hall is a single-story rectangular log building on brick piers. The round and peeled logs are saddle notched and have white cement mortar chinking, and the log ends are painted white. A massive brick chimney is set between two entrances, each of which are emphasized by a gable. The building is now used for various community events.
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Community Building (American Legion Hut)
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