We hope to be in it by November. They are working on pouring the (foundation) right now. Its on its way, said Bob Bryant, chairman of building committee for the Cherokee Lodge.
Dr. Matthew Mumber of Rome bought the old Cherokee Lodge building at the corner of Broad Street and Third Avenue.
Bryant said the Masons decided to sell the historic building because it was getting to where we could not afford to keep it.
We feel like we did the right thing by moving forward with the new the building, he said