Trenton Community
Development Commission

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Trenton Community Development Commission(TCDC) was founded in 1992 to promote the Trenton community.

In 1994 the McCook Clinic approached TCDC with the proposal that if TCDC would furnish a building they would start a medical clinic in Trenton. The present community building was started in 1994 and completed in February 1995. The building housed a Rural Health Clinic, Trenton Public Library and the Community Room.

In 2004 McCook Community Hospital took over the clinic and expanded into the library. The library moved to the olf VFW building on Trenton's Main street.

The Community Building cost about $225,000.00. It was funded with about $125,000.00 in donations and grants and a $100,000.00 loan from Farmers State Bank guaranteed by FmHA. Loan payments were made by donations and fund raisers and was complete with a bequest from the Virgl Hay estate.

In 1999 the TCDC built the Massacre Canyon Visitors Center with the help of a grant from the Nebraska Department of Economic Development. It has been staffed by volunteers each summer since.

TCDC's Other Projects

  • Trenton Village Signs east and West of Trenton on Highway 34
  • Flower barrels and flags On Trenton Main street
  • Finacial Support for
    1. Little Britches Rodeo
    2. Trenton Easter Celebration and Easter Egg Hunt
    3. Trenton Christmas Celebration
    4. Veterans Memorial at the County Court House

To become a TCDC member or to learn more,
TCDC meetings are the first Tuesday of each month in the Community Room in Trenton, Nebraska at 2:00 PM
Everyone is Welcome.

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