Superintendent of Schools Jahmal Mosley and Principal Cherrie Fulton and Assistant Principal Tracey Cassady of Dr. Norman W. Crisp Elementary School joined Mayor James Donchess and other dignitaries to cut the red ribbon to the new Arlington Street Community Center on Saturday, October 28.
, which has been in the planning and preparation stages for several months, is located next to Dr. Crisp Elementary School and is one of the first projects developed under the City of Nashua's My Brother's Keeper Community Challenge
. The center houses a computer lab, a play center for younger residents and other amenities that focus on meeting the neighborhood's need for more easily accessible services for families and young residents.