Salvation Army to build new center at site of old J.C. Price School

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GREENSBORO, N.C. — The Salvation Army announced plans Tuesday to move into the former J.C Price School property in the Warnersville Community.

It will become the Salvation Army’s new Corps Community Center, and Boys and Girls Club.

“At the new site, we are looking to serve around 600 children so it’s going to greatly expand the opportunities for young people to avail themselves our programs,” said Major Don Vick of the Salvation Army.

The new building will also provide a new multipurpose auditorium it can use for worship services, character building programs and a place for community groups to meet.

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