There’s a move afoot to save the Portland Avenue Community Center, seen here in 2002. News Tribune columnist Matt Driscoll writes that Metro Parks Tacoma is looking for someone to take over operation of the center, which had been scheduled to be sold off to help fund the new East Side Community Center.
There’s a move afoot to save the Portland Avenue Community Center, seen here in 2002. News Tribune columnist Matt Driscoll writes that Metro Parks Tacoma is looking for someone to take over operation of the center, which had been scheduled to be sold off to help fund the new East Side Community Center. Duncan Livingston News Tribune file photo
There’s a move afoot to save the Portland Avenue Community Center, seen here in 2002. News Tribune columnist Matt Driscoll writes that Metro Parks Tacoma is looking for someone to take over operation of the center, which had been scheduled to be sold off to help fund the new East Side Community Center. Duncan Livingston News Tribune file photo

There’s hope for a Tacoma community center that had been scheduled for closure

February 02, 2018 01:45 PM

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