Pine Mountain Community Center

purpose of the community center

In December 1969, the former Blount Highlands 2-room schoolhouse became Pine Mountain Community Center. The Board of Directors is tasked with carrying out the organization’s purpose to “provide a central location for community projects and activities,” including “making available to the residents of the community and to any other organization, space in its building in which to conduct recreational and other types of community activities.” [Sources: PMCC Articles of Incorporation and Articles of Amendment]

be informed about your community

  • See New Restrictions on Voting for details on the PMCC Board’s gerrymandering and lockdown on voting eligibility.
  • See PMCC Financial Information for income and expenses, spending priorities, and the 501(c)(3) application.
  • See PMCC Board for the organization’s Purpose statement and Board of Director names and contact information.
  • See Community Center for a tour of the facilities and how to reserve for a private or community event.

pmcc documents

The Articles of Incorporation and By-Laws are PMCC’s governing documents, dating to the organization's establishment in 1969. In Oct. 2022 the Board overhauled the By-Laws and amended the Articles.