The Armstrong Neighborhood Channel, in partnership with The Medina County Historical Society and Main Street Medina, will give the community a special glimpse inside the renovation and preservation of the historical McDowell-Phillips house, which was originally built back in 1890 for R.M. McDowell.
The premiere episode of The McDowell-Phillips Project is set to air this Friday, July 31st, Saturday, August 1st and Sunday, August 2nd at 8:00am, 12:00pm and 7:00pm each day. The first episode of The McDowell-Phillips Project, hosted by Matt Wiederhold of Main Street Medina, follows Medina County Historical Society President Brian Feron as he shares the history of the house, as well as its architectural features and exterior design. Feron also discusses the restoration and preservation plans to return the house to its original glory. Throughout the multi-part series, viewers will get to experience the transformation of the house during the renovation process, and see some of the original furnishings and historical documents saved by the five generations that have lived there.
Armstrong Neighborhood Channel can be found on channels 4 and 100 and is available to all Armstrong television customers. Armstrong Neighborhood Channel content can be found easily at ArmstrongNeighborhood.com, or by finding @followArmstrong on Facebook, YouTube, Instagram and Twitter