Heritage sets date for auction to pay down debt

As it continues working to fund new programs and reduce a multi-year deficit that predates the pandemic, Heritage Ministries is holding an auction September 16 at its Gerry campus that includes everything from trucks and tractors from its shuttered equestrian center to restaurant equipment. It’s the next step in a strategic plan by the $95 million Chautauqua County organization designed to further reduce debt and refocus on its core mission of housing and health care services for older adults, said Lisa Haglund, president, and CEO. “We have to focus in on our core market and our core mission,” she said. “We know what we can do well, and we need to focus on that here.”

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