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Denver waives youth recreation fees.

Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper has announced that youth may use city recreation centers, including swimming pools, for free until mid-August.

The move complements the My Space program launched in January that offered 30,000 public school students a free one-year membership to their neighborhood recreation centers.

Centers offer a variety of activities, including basketball, game rooms and a Food Bank of the Rockies program. Other programs are available for nominal fees

Details: Mayor's Communications Director Sue Cobb at (720) 865-9016 or
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Title Annotation:John Hickenlooper announces that youth may use city recreation centers
Author:Turner, Laura
Publication:Nation's Cities Weekly
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Jun 16, 2008
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