If the agreement is approved by North Kansas City leaders and the YMCA’s board of directors, the community center will become the region’s largest YMCA. North Kansas City would remain the owner of the 96,000-square-foot community center at 1999 Iron St.
If the agreement is approved by North Kansas City leaders and the YMCA’s board of directors, the community center will become the region’s largest YMCA. North Kansas City would remain the owner of the 96,000-square-foot community center at 1999 Iron St. File photo by Jill Toyoshiba The Kansas City Star
If the agreement is approved by North Kansas City leaders and the YMCA’s board of directors, the community center will become the region’s largest YMCA. North Kansas City would remain the owner of the 96,000-square-foot community center at 1999 Iron St. File photo by Jill Toyoshiba The Kansas City Star

YMCA is in talks to run North Kansas City’s community center

October 21, 2014 2:30 PM

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