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The Boys and Girls Club in Redmond plans to move from near the closed down Evergreen Elementary to across from Obsidian Middle School. Currently they are renting the old bus barn for their club. But thanks to the Cascade Child Center that recently went out of business, the Boys and Girls Club is moving to a better facility. The center donated their building to the Club. Lisa Burbidge is the Executive Director of the Boys and Girls Club of Central Oregon: “We' re just so excited. We're about 40% in our fundraising and a few of our projects will begin. We’re working on the roof and driveway. We’ve gotten some generous contributions. So we're just trying to get momentum going so we can relocated to that better situated property.” The Boys and Girls Club estimates it will need to raise a quarter of a million dollars to fund the needed renovations.

 

 

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