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Bob Chisholm Community Center

Bob Chisholm Community Center |

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1225 Avenue A
Seaside, OR 97138
Map of Bob Chisholm Community Center, 1225 Avenue A, Seaside

The Bob Chisholm Community Center is a vibrant and essential hub for the local community, providing a wide range of services and activities to enhance the well-being and quality of life for residents in the area. Located in the heart of the city, this facility serves as a focal point for community engagement and social interaction. With its modern architecture and welcoming atmosphere, it offers a dynamic space for people of all ages to come together, connect, and enjoy various recreational and educational opportunities.

The center's facilities are diverse, including a well-equipped fitness center, multipurpose meeting rooms, and a spacious gymnasium. These spaces are utilized for fitness classes, sports leagues, community meetings, and educational workshops. The facility is also home to a well-stocked library, providing resources for both leisure reading and research. In addition, the center hosts art exhibitions, cultural events, and community celebrations, fostering a sense of togetherness and promoting the local arts and culture.

Furthermore, the Bob Chisholm Community Center is a hub for social services, offering support to those in need. This includes programs for seniors, childcare services, and outreach programs for at-risk populations. The center's committed staff is dedicated to serving the community, and they work tirelessly to ensure that everyone feels welcome and valued.

In summary, the Bob Chisholm Community Center is a vital and inclusive institution that plays a pivotal role in fostering community spirit, offering recreational opportunities, and providing essential services to enhance the lives of residents in the area. Its diverse range of amenities and services makes it a cornerstone of the local community, contributing to the overall well-being and vitality of the neighborhood.



Phone: (503) 738-3284

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