• 20 September 2016: Small Business Workshop – “Social Media”
  • September 2016: 2nd ROTG Walkability Study conducted
  • September 2016: Rock the Clock Sponsor
  • 22 August 2016: ROTG featured on segment of Old Town Greenwood on WTIU’s production of “Spirit of Johnson County
  • 25 June 2016: Freedom Festival Exhibitor
  • 21 June 2016: Small Business Workshop – “Visual Merchandising”
  • 24 May 2016: 1st Small Business Workshop – “Meet & Greet” with the Greater Greenwood Chamber at Planetary Brewing Company
  • 7 May 2016: Facade Kick-Off Event in conjunction with City of Greenwood during Annual Clean-Up Day
  • 28 April 2016: Facade construction project begins with first building construction
  • 20 January 2016: ROTG receives 2nd grant (this time from Indiana DNR Historic Preservation) to pay for 2nd half of application toward establishing the Old Town residential neighborhood on the National Register of Historic Places
  • 20 January 2016: 1st grant was approved to use toward establishing the Old Town residential neighborhood on the National Register of Historic Places
  • 6 December 2015: ROTG Founder Jennifer Hollingshead named Indiana Main Street/Office of Community & Rural Affairs “Volunteer of the Year”
  • 28 October 2015: ROTG releases 1st promotional video of ROTG produced by Soar Above Media
  • 16 October 2015: ROTG receives 1st grant (from Indiana Landmarks Partners in Preservation) to pay for half of application toward establishing the Old Town residential neighborhood on the National Register of Historic Places
  • October 2015: ROTG becomes a federal 501(c)3 tax exempt not-for-profit organization
  • August 2015: Design Committee designs “Open for Business” banners and window clings for promotion of the facade project
  • 3 August 2015: ROTG and City of Greenwood receive awarding from OCRA of $400,000 Facade Construction Grant for 22 downtown facades
  • 20 July 2015: ROTG Founder Jennifer Hollingshead receives “Paul Harris Award” from Greenwood Rotary Club for work in community and for Old Town Greenwood
  • Spring 2015: ROTG hosts Annual Clean-Up Day
  • August 2014: ROTG members Jennifer Hollingshead, Ezra Hill, and Dr. Charles Landon begin steering committee for OCRA Facade Grant
  • Spring 2014: ROTG hosts 4th Old Town Clean-Up Day
  • 23 March 2013: 1st ROTG Walkability Study
  • 11 October 2012: ROTG and City of Greenwood officially become an Indiana Main Street through the Office of Rural and Community Affairs (OCRA) on behalf of Lt. Governor Becky Skillman at Kokomo, Indiana ceremony
  • June 2012: Freedom Festival Exhibitor & Parade Participant
  • January 2012: ROTG obtains Indiana 501(c)3 not-for-profit status and becomes “Restore Old Town Greenwood, Incorporated”
  • 2012: ROTG hosts two Old Town Clean-Up Days
  • Winter 2011-12: 1st Cash Mob to help Greenwood Public Library raise funds (still currently having Cash Mobs, roughly every quarter for a local business)
  • 5 November 2011: 1st ROTG “Clean-Up Day”
  • 22 August 2011: 1st Restore Old Town Greenwood Executive Board Meeting
  • 7 June 2011: Steering Committee forms to begin process of forming an Executive Board
  • 3 May 2011: Immediate threat to building demolition ends
  • 20 April 2010:  Jennifer Hollingshead founds Facebook page entitled “Restore Old Town Greenwood (don’t tear it down)” to raise awareness of possible demolition of historic Old Town buildings
  • 18 May 2010: First ROTG Public Meeting to discuss preventing demolition of the historic buildings