The Salvation Army of Dayton will be investing $4.3 million dollars into the McCook Field Neighborhood in Dayton.
They will use leftover money from the Ray and Joan Kroc Center project.The Kroc center opened in 2010.
The Salvation Army plans to build a new sports complex directly across from them in an open 7-acre field that use to be a school.
The facility will house lacrosse and soccer fields, a stage and areas for pickle ball.
The Kroc Center has a church, food pantry, dance studio among other amenities.
Construction is slated to begin sometime this summer. There’s no concrete timeline for when the project will be finished.