Cordova Community Center
10:00 am Investigation.
Time at location: Two hours.
Two Voice Recorders and the EMF Ghost Meter.
Steve Sanderson and Lainie Hackett.
In October 1985 nine citizens of Cordova, in the name of the community, formed a not-for profit corporation which purchased from the Shelby County Board of Education the Cordova School property, to be used as a community center. The price for the school building with gymnasium on eight acres including ball fields was $150,000.
Teachers and students who fondly remembered their old school joined with current residents to save the 1913 landmark. Neighbors and friends organized an on-going series of fund-raising events and generous, hard working citizens began the slow process of renovation.
Now that the mortgage is paid off, more help is needed to continue the restoration and repairs, including the heating and cooling systems throughout the buildings. Plans are continuously being developed for a full calendar of annual events.
Your participation in the center’s programs and your contribution of time, talent and financial support are heartily welcomed.
The “old school” was and is the heart of Cordova. The 1913 building was recently placed on the Tennessee and National Register of Historic Places.
Voice recorders placed downstairs in basement area and on ground floor in auditorium. EMF was 3-Off the scale everywhere in the building.
A baseline of 3 with spikes to over 5 MilliGauss. The steady EMF all over this building is very high.
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