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Grand Forks Senior Center closed Tuesday due to water main break

GRAND FORKS, ND -- Seniors across the city were left without a fun place to go on Tuesday, Feb. 20. The Senior Center was closed after the water was turned off for the day. Crews needed to do that so they could fix a water main break nearby. Ther...

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GRAND FORKS, ND - Seniors across the city were left without a fun place to go on Tuesday, Feb. 20.

 

The Senior Center was closed after the water was turned off for the day.

 

Crews needed to do that so they could fix a water main break nearby.

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There was no damage to the building.

 

The center says Tuesdays are usually one of the busiest days of the week.

 

“I would guesstimate maybe between 150, 200 people would have come today. We had bingo going on, exercise classes, a Tuesday night dinner. Um, there was a lot going on today, so quite a few people were not there, who normally would have been,” said the Senior Center’s PR Manager, Jami Schumacher.

 

 

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