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Colorado city gets community boost as pot taxes help propel opening of new rec center

Colorado city gets community boost as pot taxes help propel opening of new rec center

A collection of black-and-white photos is all that remains of the original Moorhead Recreation Center in north Aurora. In them, kids play baseball and swim in the pool at the 42-year-old center. These aren’t 3-by 3-inch images in a photo album, however. The images are several feet tall and adorn the walls of the city’s newest full-service recreation center.

“It’s like home again, but bigger,” said Jennifer Taylor, longtime program assistant at Moorhead Recreation Center. “They really put a lot of time into this place, it’s not just a bigger building. It has heart. It has become something that our community members are really proud of.”

 

Colorado city gets community boost as pot taxes help propel opening of new rec center






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