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Openhouse opens new community space

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After a yearslong delay in opening the doors to its new community center, San Francisco's LGBTQ senior services provider Openhouse is settling into the 7,000 square foot space.

It includes a library with reading lounge, rooms for art programs and yoga classes, and additional office space for staff. It is to be named after a recently deceased gay couple who left a sizeable donation to the nonprofit.

Their names are not being disclosed publicly as of yet, as Openhouse is planning a dedication ceremony as soon as February to reveal the new name for the center. "They left a significant amount to Openhouse," Kathleen Sullivan, Ph.D., the agency's executive director, recently told the Bay Area Reporter.

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