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With the seed planted, let’s give an indoor rec plan space to grow

Build on Greenways' success to meet broader community needs

Carson Moss stretches on a black yoga mat at the Wade King Student Recreation Center at Western Washington University.
Carson Moss stretches at the Wade King Student Recreation Center at Western Washington University Aug. 9. Bellingham residents should find a way to build a larger-scale recreation center open to the general public, even if that means diverting some future tax money from outdoor projects, columnist Ron Judd argues. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
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