Elizabeth Sugden Broughton Community Building

Year-Round Venue for Weddings, Reunions, Celebrations of Life • Music, Dance & Fitness • Trade Shows • Conferences • Workshops • Training • Seminars • Meetings 

Rental Inquiries: 740-374-9693 (office phone).
If no answer, please call the Rental Manager’s mobile—740-516-6959.

Good spot to sit 'n ponder.

Situated on the ridge along the Red Trail just west of the Blue Trail.


The staff and management of the Elizabeth Sugden Broughton Community Building are taking extra cleaning precautions during this time. We want to ensure your safety so you can enjoy your event with peace of mind. We are cleaning before and after every event. We are following all the state guidelines.

In the interest of the health and well-being of our customers, clients and associates, we request that anyone interested in renting the Community Building or other facilities refrain from stopping by. 

Please call us between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday-Friday or by using our email contact form so that we can continue to serve you and maintain normal office hours to the greatest degree possible. 

DMUT Improvements

It's spring and time to get back to our TO-DO List for the Devola Multi-Use Trail! In the past few days, we have improved the East end approach of the West bridge by expanding the width of the trail to make it easier for walkers, runners, strollers...

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ESB Update!

We are always looking to improve our facilities, add and update amenities and features. Here is the new bar for the community building.

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See Something?

If you see something, share something! We hear tales of encounters with wildlife in the Park. If you can get a photo, please pass it along. You can also use the iNaturalist app to identify the plants, fishes, reptiles, mammals, birds, mollusks,...

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Community Kudos

Thank you Marietta Times and Michele Newbanks for your coverage of the MACC 105th annual dinner and awards event. Congratulations to  the Bohlen family, Melissa Arnold, Jerry Brock and George Broughton. And thank you Ryan Day for your advice “to...

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