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Future of Griffith Center to be discussed Saturday

GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colo. An open house meeting to discuss the future of the former Griffith Center for Children in Rifle has been changed to Saturday at 10 a.m.The Griffith Center for Children closed June 30. The owner of the property, Bill Evans, wants to get feedback on possible options for the building and property.The open house will be held at the property at 1252 County Road 294. The meeting was originally scheduled for tonight.Evans said he has more than 30 years of experience in residential treatment and ran a successful program, Western Academy, at the Rifle location for more than 12 years.Evans encourages anyone who’s interested in future uses of the building or who has possible new ideas to attend the meeting.He added that the building has great potential to continue as a treatment facility. As the owner of the property, he also says that he’s open to new ideas of how the property could be used.

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