YCC Named to National Register of Historic Places

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – In February, the Youngstown Country Club’s clubhouse and adjoining 18-hole golf course were named to the National Register of Historic Places by the U.S. Department of the Interior.

The designation is important, say club members and executives, as the story of the Youngstown Country Club is also the story of the Mahoning Valley’s rise as an industrial powerhouse, the retrenchment of that industrial base, and its revival in the new economy.

Scott Schulick, club president, says YCC often served as the venue for some of the major business deals that affected the Mahoning Valley. “This was a place where business got done,” he says.

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