The Rural Heritage Center is located in the Historic Geneva School House in Geneva, FL. As stated above, their purpose is to preserve the rural traditions of past generations passing those cultural and educational experiences onto the youth and families of today. They are 501(c)(3) in the heart of Geneva located at the historic Geneva School House.
As they serve the community, they offer events, and classes through their folk school, and through the use of their facility. According to their website, their facility has “a large Event & Theater room…and three smaller classroom-size rooms all with movable tables and chairs. Our Event & Theater room has beautiful hardwood floors milled from local oak trees blown down by the hurricanes in 2004.”
It is truly a place that families can grow in culture through learning about our forefathers. Contact The Rural Heritage Center to learn more.
With as rich a resource to the community as The Rural Heritage Center is, their website did not convey this at all. It was an older, HTML website that lacked any modern look or feel, was not mobile-responsive, and was a disorganized mess. Futhermore, the server on which the original website resided was subpar. They needed a website that loaded quickly, was mobile responsive, had SSL capability, and provided a daily backup solution “just in case”.
Since the Center was on a strict budget, Auxilia opted to provide website design using a pre-made template. The Center did not need ongoing lead generation services via SEO or Pay Per Click. This coupled with the budget led us not to go the full blown custom website design route, but to allow a pre-made template to guide our design efforts. In a sense the website was still “custom”, but it had the guide rails of the built-in design structure of the template. This kept the costs low while allowing them the functions, features, and look that they wished to represent them online.
Our thoughtful efforts paid off! Auxilia got the ball into the end zone and produced for the Center a high-end website that brought their online image into the current times. The Rural Heritage Center couldn’t have been happier!
Visit their website.