MLK Center plans expansion
After years of dreaming about expanding facilities to serve more children and families, Martin Luther King Jr. Family Outreach Center and the City of Spokane have agreed that the city will sell the former firehouse the center has occupied for nearly 30 years to the center.
In a Dec. 8 press conference at the center, Mayor David Condon said the center is “a long-time partner in making Spokane safer and stronger,” because its staff and volunteers serve children and families to broaden their opportunities.
The center “provides the community with a significant benefit,” said the mayor, because its services provide “tools that serve families and children for a lifetime.” . . . . . More
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