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Guest commentary: Greenways is great, but what about indoor rec?

Let's rethink Bellingham's recreational needs in our dark, wet place

Noah Chen helps a young swimmer by letting her paddle while holding onto his arm.
Noah Chen, 16, helps student Ana practice her strokes and breathing while swimming to a wall at Arne Hanna Aquatic Center on July 29. Chen and his brother Nathan, 181, provide free lessons to local children. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Brad Jones Guest Writer
The Bellingham community needs to strongly consider funding fixed, indoor, public recreation spaces

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