City Hall celebrates centennial
On July 15, Sulphur Springs’ City Hall was dedicated with a ribbon cutting ceremony honoring the centennial of the building, originally built as a post office.
Giving the Invocation was Pastor Harold Nash and welcoming the crowd of over 150 guests was Sulphur Springs Mayor Freddie Taylor. Mayor Taylor greeted current and former mayors and council members as well as congratulating City Manager Marc Maxwell and staff for their success on creating this vision.
Former mayor and current city council member John Sellers gave a history of the newly restored building along with unveiling historical plaques with Mayor Taylor on the front steps of the building located at 201 North Davis Street.
After signing a guest book, those in attendance were served a three-dimensional cake resembling the current City Hall created by Michelle Idzi of IdziBitsy Bakery along with punch and free Nathan’s hot dogs served by Muddy Jake’s Sports Grille and Pub. Tours were also given of the offices.