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Chip Lovell, whose daughters attend Ripon schools, spoke up at a town hall meeting Tuesday in Ripon High School’s community room. “I don’t think there’s a question that Ripon needs or wants it,” he said, of a prospective Ripon Boys & Girls Club. “We want it. I think, as a parent, I just came to find out, ‘OK, when does it open?’ ... What can we do to help open it, to get it going, to get it rolling, so that this happens?”        Maic D’Agostino photo
Chip Lovell, whose daughters attend Ripon schools, spoke up at a town hall meeting Tuesday in Ripon High School’s community room. “I don’t think there’s a question that Ripon needs or wants it,” he said, of a prospective Ripon Boys & Girls Club. “We want it. I think, as a parent, I just came to find out, ‘OK, when does it open?’ ... What can we do to help open it, to get it going, to get it rolling, so that this happens?” Maic D’Agostino photo
Wednesday, October 18, 2017 11:02 AM
A Ripon Boys & Girls Club would be effective and economical.
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