Boys & Girls Club of Craig closes Friday afternoon due to power outage
CRAIG — Boys & Girls Club of Craig has had to close early on Friday, Jan. 18 as a result of the power outage that been impacting the region.
Executive Director Dana Duran said the facility has been without power since the beginning of the outage.
Full-time staff worked all morning, but by 1 p.m. temperatures inside the building had dropped to 60 degrees Fahrenheit in the offices.
The corridors were dark, and the decision was made to close for the afternoon.
“I wanted to give parents enough notice to make other arrangements,” Duran said.
She contacted the newspaper, school district, radio station and announced the decision on social media in an attempt to alert as many parents as possible.
Duran said she expects the club, which is closed on the weekends, to reopen at the normal time on Monday. She will continue to provide any new updates on the club’s Facebook page.
For more information on club operations, call 970-826-0411.
Contact Sasha Nelson at 970-875-1794 or snelson@CraigDailyPress.com.
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