A local minister is spearheading an effort to buy the historic Evergreen Conference Center and turn it into a transitional affordable housing center for low-wage and entry-level workers who work in town but must now commute a substantial distance.The rustic conference center would continue to be open to the public as a wedding and training venue. The complex at 27618 Fireweed Drive in Evergreen next to Center/Stage Theater is home to the Institute for Attachment and Child Development, which purchased the property in 1994. It has been on the market since March for $1.2 million.
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