A community building built as a memorial to World War 1 Veterans. In January of 1919, a committee was formed to guide the building of an auditorium to serve as a memorial to Wellington and Sumner County soldiers. In April of that year, the Mayor signed a resolution for the voters to issue $140,000 in bonds. That same month, the people voted to build “Liberty Hall”, which later came to be known as our Wellington “Memorial Auditorium”. Construction began November 13, 1921 and was completed approximately one year later for a cost of $137,488.41. View the Veterans' Room, a showcase area dedicated to Veteran's in Sumner County. To view the Veteran's Room request an appointment. The Memorial Auditorium is also home to the Wellington Area Chamber of Commerce/Convention and Visitors Bureau as well as the Sumner County Historical and Genealogical Center.