The USO building opened in 1942 as place for servicemen and women to enjoy and social activities such as hometown dances and letter and card writing. One of only a few in the nation such surviving facility, it has been recently restored andit is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. After the war it became a community and recreation center as well as the Hawthorne Convention Center.
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