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Saluda

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Local and Regional Attractions

Saluda, NC Attractions

Organizations

Saluda Senior Center
64 Greenville St. Saluda, NC 28773
(828) 749-9245 fax# is the same

Donna Carson, Site Manager
Email Center

Operating hours: Mon - Fri 8:30am - 2:30pm
Home-delivered meals daily (Mon - Fri)
Congregate meals served Mon - Fri 11:30am - 12:30pm, call a day ahead to reserve
A Thrifty Barn (Thrift Store) open Wed - Fri 10am - 4pm, donations accepted on Wed
Basement sales the 1st and 3rd Sat of each month 9am - 3pm

To volunteer for the meals program, call Donna @ 749-9245
To volunteer for the Barn, call 749-3320

See the calendar of events below and make plans to join us!

 

Women's Club of Saluda
We are a service/social organization dedicated to helping Saluda become an even better place to live. We include year-round residents and part-timers of all ages. We work to raise money to support our projects and have a little fun along the way.

Our primary goal is to provide scholarships to deserving Saluda students. In addition, we support the Medical Center, the Fire Department, and the Senior Center...all in Saluda, as well as other deserving organizations.

If you would like to come see what we are all about, please visit one of our meetings. We welcome visitors each month. Please call Marti Wells at 749-9538 for details.

 

Saluda Community Land Trust
54 Carolina Street, Saluda, NC 28773
(828) 749-2161


Visit Website: Saludaclt.org

The mission of the Saluda Community Land Trust (SCLT) is to preserve Saluda's rural character by preserving farm and forest land in and around Saluda by:

  • Preserving undeveloped land in commercial and residential areas for agricultural or public land use
  • Making agricultural land available to local small farmers so that agriculture can be economically feasible
  • Establishing greenways connecting people, land and community lifestyles
  • Conserving the resources of the land
  • Empowering the Saluda community to take ownership of their land and natural resources