The Doyle Community Center, a long-time fixture of the Doyle neighborhood, is now reopened after extensive repairs and remodeling, and ready to serve the community as a focus for health, educational activities and service to children, adults and senior citizens.

Marking the occasion was a ceremony on Saturday, Oct. 9, in front of the center. More than 50 people attended the event, including former students from the Doyle School, community leaders and descendants of Annie Doyle, after whom the center is named.

 

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