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Butler County children's home liquidating assets as it changes its mission

One Way Farm is changing directions, and therefore is liquidating some of its furnishings and other assets.

The non-profit children’s home was founded in 1976 by Barb and Gerald Condo and has served thousands of abused, abandoned and neglected children.

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Unfortunately the model of housing 10 girls and 10 boys (ages 6-18) is no longer sustainable, said Carl Brown, who was appointed interim director by the One Way Farm board.

“We needed to look at a solution that was going to be more sustainable for the future so we can serve the most amount of children," he said.

Because the model is changing, there will be a liquidation sale that includes office equipment, furniture, two pianos, two big screen televisions, computer monitors and scrapbooking materials.

The liquidation sale is Thursday, May 17. Doors open at 4:30 p.m. and the sale starts at 6 p.m. at 6131 River Road in Fairfield.

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One Way Farm will be closing its group home function and converting the facility to accommodate foster families, according to a statement on its website.

Because of the change in direction, One Way Farm is also canceling this year’s annual Daylily Festival.

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