Ross OKs using community center gym for covid vaccination clinic; no opening date announced

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Ogden senior center employee honored after quick thinking saves man | Local News

OGDEN — When he didn’t show up for his lunch that day in early December, alarm bells went off for Ginger Myers, recreation supervisor at the Golden Hours Senior Center.

“He drove here every day, kind of a bright spot for us,” Myers said. “We got to know each other.”

Byron Garner, who helps the central Ogden senior center with its daily drive-up lunch distribution program for seniors, remembers it

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Sanneh offers distance learning, food at Conway Rec Center

The Sanneh Foundation no longer runs drills across the Conway Recreation Center’s gymnasium floor, though it may not be long before the soccer balls return to the East Side community hub.

Instead, with most public schools closed for distance learning, the foundation embraced a two-fold mission, converting the St. Paul rec center into both a food-distribution hub and remote learning center that relies on WiFi donated by Comcast.


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COVID-19 complaints in Aspen center around mask wearing, restaurants

City of Aspen consumer health protection specialists Mike Sear, left, and Emmy Garrigus, walk through downtown Aspen and point out the new mask zone signs hanging from street poles on Friday, Jan. 15, 2021. (Kelsey Brunner/The Aspen Times)

Of the 180 complaints that have been fielded by city and county officials related to potential violations of COVID-19 public health orders, just over half are about people not wearing masks.


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Northfield Center building destroyed by fire had been ‘Helltown’ attraction

Eric Marotta
| Akron Beacon Journal

The empty, two-story house off Stanford Road in Northfield Center had once been the destination for thrill seekers following the legend of haunted “Helltown,” until the owner had it moved to avoid having it condemned by the county.

Now investigators are attempting to determine the cause of the fire that destroyed the home, which has sat empty since it was moved to Twinsburg Road

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Pinnacles Prep set to transform Community Center into a new school | Education

WENATCHEE — A new charter school in Wenatchee is now a step closer to reality as Pinnacles Prep took over management of the Community Center Campus, 504 S. Mission St., on Jan. 1.

The charter school group entered into a lease agreement with the city of Wenatchee to manage the campus for the next 30 years. The deal is broken into five, six-year terms.

“Right now, we just received the

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National Sports Center for the Disabled Turns Fifty With New Brand, Same Mission

This has been a tough year for anniversary celebrations. The National Sports Center for the Disabled turned fifty in 2020, but the NSCD wasn’t able to have a big bash — even if this anniversary is really something to celebrate.

In 1970, legendary ski instructor Hal O’Leary, along with Jerry Groswald and Jack Buchheister, founded the Winter Park Handicapped Ski Program as a way for the resort to help children

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Historic roundhouse at Hazelwood Green being transformed into technology center

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A 133-year-old railroad roundhouse in Hazelwood is on its way to becoming the Pittsburgh location of a global entrepreneurship platform for economic development.

Leaders of the regional foundations that are working to redevelop the area, known as Hazelwood Green, toured the roundhouse Monday and heard from its designer

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Survey shows support for community center | Western Colorado

A survey done to help Grand Junction develop its Parks, Recreation and Open Space Master Plan shows strong support for a community center, but that the community has questions on how to fund it.

Pat O’Toole with Greenplay LLC, the consultant helping the city with the plan, presented the findings of a statistically significant survey to the City Council on Wednesday. Parks and Recreation Director Ken Sherbenou said the perspective

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Free flu shot clinic for kids set at Expo Center in 2020

Published 11:17 a.m. CT Oct. 13, 2020


Infectious disease experts are urging the public, now more than ever, to get vaccinated against the flu. The added urgency stems in part from the symptoms it shares with COVID-19 and concerns about confusing them. (Sept. 14)

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Health Department to offer drive-through flu shot clinic for kids in late October

Manitowoc County Health Department has scheduled a

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Brookline’s Kirrane Aquatics Center To Reopen

BROOKLINE, MA— The pool’s back.

The town pool has been closed for months, like many other things amid pandemic. But, on Oct. 5, Brookline’s Evelyn Kirrane Aquatics Center is set to reopen, albeit gradually.

Pool staff are still just getting their toes wet when it comes to new pandemic protocols, so to begin, the pool will only be open for limited hours.

The aquatics center will be open from 6:30

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California’s unemployment call center is broken. When will it get fixed?

People call California’s unemployment phone line. And call and call and call. And they say that too often they get disconnected.

Or they get through, and say the staffer can’t help them. Or the staffer does help, but getting an actual jobless payment remains elusive.

San Francisco-area consumers told these stories Thursday at a news conference organized by Assemblyman David Chiu and Sen. Scott Wiener, both San Francisco Democrats. Their

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