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Woodridge Community Center/Lake Carlton Park
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Community Center and Lake Carlton Park.  The Community Center is a hub of activities for every season. From karate to arts and crafts, over 750 of over 1,000 affordable recreational opportunities are offered here annually. Both our preschool and senior programs are housed in this facility along with registration, recreation, and administrative staff.

http://www.woodridgeparks.org/park_community-center.htm

Copyright: Andrea bomba
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Uploaded: 07/12/2012
Updated: 10/12/2012
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Tags: pond; nature; park; community center; woods; lake
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