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Rosetown is like many small towns in Saskatchewan. During the winter, the local skating rink becomes the hub of the community. When the cold weather and snow hit the prairies, community members flock to the rink to get their social, physical and entertainment needs met over the long winter months.
Since 1974, Sue Johnson has worked at the Alsask Gopher Dip Pool and is currently on her third generation of swimming lessons.
After having two other temporary spaces, the Rosetown Youth Drop-In Centre finally has a home in the Rosetown Youth Building (RYB). It seems that the RYB has become more than a building but a safe and friendly place for youth in the community.