Fusion Warehouse Could Close
Thursday, December 17, 2009 at 2:33PM
Editor

Fusion Warehouse, a Christian youth center near the Anderson Mall, could be closing its doors for good before the end of the year.

The center, whose stated aim is "fund with a purpose," provides resources, education, training & other development efforts for youth as well as afterschool care and other special events. The facility is run primarily through the efforts of volunteers, donations and grant money.

From the website: "Fusion, Inc. was founded in 1999 by Randall and Joy Brown. Fusion opened it's doors in October, 2006 and to date has registered 8,200+ students. Fusion is staffed primarily by volunteers. Our volunteer base of 250+ continues to be a vital key to our success in reaching many youth."

Randall Brown did not return calls Wednesday or Thursday, but the electrical power and phone at the facility had both been at least temporarily disconnected as of Thursday morning.

One church, Electric City Fellowship, which meets Sundays at the Fusion facility and shares in some of the mission efforts there, is also effected by the potential closing.

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