EL CAJON (CNS) - A grand reopening celebration is scheduled in El Cajon this afternoon at Hillside Recreation Center, which has been closed for six months for renovations.
The 40-year-old facility's gymnasium and exterior have been remodeled, the heating and air-conditioning system was replaced, and improvements were made for the disabled, city officials said.
The recreation center that serves the west side of the city will host a celebration beginning at 4 p.m. Mayor Bill Wells and members of the City Council will make remarks. The event will also include music and dance performances, cookie baking, and kids arts and crafts activities.
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