Hamburg school's renovation creates multi-purpose spaceby Western New York Catholic
HAMBURG — SS. Peter & Paul School recently completed its cafeteria renovation project. The space, which was originally created in the early 1950s, has been upgraded to accommodate 21st-century needs.
"We are all so very excited to have a wonderfully renovated cafeteria for the students of our school to enjoy," said Father Arthur Mattulke, pastor of SS. Peter & Paul.
"It is a true blessing to have a new multi-purpose space with air conditioning, handicap accessibility and new technology for parish and school meetings. We are very grateful for the generosity and sacrifice of our parishioners and our parent guild who have joined together to make this dream a reality."
The space will also feature a projector unit that students, faculty, staff, families and parishioners can utilize for presentations and meetings.