As our second and longest-serving President, Carlton Spencer oversaw growth in both the school’s facilities and its worldwide impact. The purpose of this fund in his memory is to make capital improvements to the Lima, NY campus that Carlton led Elim to purchase in 1951.
Since the creation of the Carlton Spencer Memorial Campus Restoration Fund in 2012, generous gifts to it have already made a big difference on campus. The dorm Watson Hall and our main Academic building College Hall, which had been closed for many years, have been renovated and reopened. Other improvements so far include replaced roofs, plumbing and air conditioning repairs, landscaping, and painting across campus.
Today, we are still standing in faith for God’s provision for the Elim campus. One more building needs to be restored and repaired—Spencer Hall, which housed the administration of the school and many dorm rooms, is currently closed. There are continued renovation projects in College Hall to complete, and other buildings need new roofs, windows, furnaces, gutters, and other improvements. Would you consider making a gift in memory of this great man of God to keep this Historic campus alive?