A 60-year-old pavilion at Wick Park is seeing new life with the help of a couple non-profit organizations in Youngstown. 

The Rotary Club of Youngstown, under the management of Youngstown CityScape, is working on a $350,000 project to renovate the Wick Park Pavilion as part of the club's Centennial Campaign. 

Youngstown CityScape's Executive Director, Sharon Letson, said contractors began installing a new roofing, gutter, and HVAC system this week. 

In addition, Letson said plans for updating the electrical system, windows, bathrooms, and kitchen are underway. 

The project will also make the building handicap accessible. 

According to Youngstown CityScape, a non-profit community development organization, the Wick Park Pavilion was built in 1957 to serve as a gathering space for the post-war community. 

The pavilion is the most used facility in the city of Youngstown's network of recreational amenities, according to Youngstown CityScape. 

The Rotary Club is accepting donations to help with the project. 

Checks can be made to the Youngstown Rotary Foundation at P.O. Box 1287, Youngstown 44503.