The Harvey Milk Recreational Arts Building at 50 Scott Street in Duboce Park had quite the grand opening kickoff yesterday morning. Read all about it at Linda Post’s SF FYI.NET.
“City Parks general manager Jared Blumenfeld thought the late supervisor Harvey Milk would be very proud of the voter-approved two-year project. ‘It’s got recording studios, it’s got darkrooms. Just beautiful, light spaces, community rooms,’ Blumenfeld said. ‘It’s really architecturally stunning.'”
“The American Dream starts with the neighborhoods” – as recorded by Laura Spanjian, Assistant General Manager for External Affairs for the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC)
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Milk speechwriter Frank Robinson:
Now that the ribbon’s been cut, let’s take a look inside:
See you there!
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