'Not just skating'
Jack Wenborn, 13, skates at the One-Eighty Teen Center on Lockeford Street recently. Any middle and high school-aged youth can use the Splinter Skatepark, while the skate ministry at the center is involved with weekly Bible classes and fellowship. (Brian Feulner/News-Sentinel)
Posted: Wednesday, January 10, 2007 10:00 pm
At the 180 Teen Center, music to a skater's ears isn't just the
Christian punk music blaring through speakers above the Internet
terminals and pool tables.
It's outside, through a rear door of the rehabbed warehouse, on
the concrete foundation of an old loading dock, where a group of
teens are creating their own skateboarding rhythm.
Wednesday, January 10, 2007 10:00 pm.