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The Roller Roost Sports Arena opened with a maximum of 250 people allowed to enter mid September. Although any age can come, students from the middle school show up the most. “I think they remodeled it well and it looks really different, but good. I enjoy going there because it’s a fun place to hangout with friends,” said eighth grader Allegra Hossler.

Roller Roost Sports Arena reopens to the public

Tanya Johnson , Staffer October 16, 2020

The Roller Roost Sports Arena, which was previously named the Roller Roost II has reopened. It closed down in March because of the recent outbreak of COVID-19.  Many changes and additions have been...

With news of the Roller Roost II closing, many people were upset. Most of their them spent part of their childhood in the skating rink. I had fun when I was a kid there. I spent my birthday parties there, so closing means that kids wont get to experience the fun parties and great memories, said Sophomore Makayla Sheraradin.

Roller Roost II closes for good

Tanya Johnson , Staffer May 2, 2020

Open since 1980, the Roller Roost II is a roller skating rink known for its birthday parties, laser tag, and mini arcade. It was a place for friends and family to have fun and connect.  Along with...

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