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Boating center’s new building inclusive, accessible

CBC hopes to draw underserved communities with expansion

Community Boating Center Executive Director Bryan Rust crosses his arms with one hand holding papers.
Community Boating Center Executive Director Bryan Rust holds an interior view of a future building June 15 in Bellingham. The proposed expansion, dubbed the Wheelhouse, will provide much-needed extra space, wheelchair-accessible restrooms, showers, changing rooms and a gathering space. (Andy Bronson/Cascadia Daily News)
By David Nuñez News Intern
Bellingham’s Community Boating Center is planning for a new building with inclusion in mind. 
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