Concerned citizens working to save local youth center
SELAH, Wash.-- People in Selah put on a concert Sunday night to try and save the Selah Youth Center.
The center will close at the end of March if they don't raise $400 to pay their bills.
They missed out on money from a grant and are now $2,200 short for the rest of the school year.
"This is an ongoing need and the community needs to realize that this is a necessity, and I would encourage everyone to go down and visit," said Beau Shirley, a concerned citizen working to help the youth center.
All the money made from the concert was going to help the youth center and Farmer's Insurance matched the money raised, up to $500.