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"We do not think the Yeerks built this community center out of concern for the community."
"I'm shocked."
"We only have a few hints. Some vague information. But we think there is some underground construction there, probably a subterranean connection to the Yeerk pool."
Erek King and Marco[src]

The Sharing's Community Center is a public community center built by The Sharing, to serve as their headquarters and to pose as a front for the Yeerks. It contains several entrances to the Yeerk pool.

History[]

Opening Night Gala[]

"The Community Center was the scene of one of our most dangerous missions – find and destroy the Anti-Morphing Ray. A mission Tobias would never – could never – forget. One he'd never purge from his memory, from the hawk or human or mysteriously Andalite part of him. During that mission Tobias had been a voluntary POW. An act of supreme sacrifice and bravery. The experience had almost destroyed him. It had scared me to death."
Rachel[src]

To be added

Polar Bear Raid[]

"We were in! Through the smallish back window, glass shattering, chunks of plaster flying. The wooden frame cracking and breaking. One, two, three, four, five polar bears!"
Rachel[src]

To be added

Unit 0 Strike[]

"Then our most likely means of finding him would be at the next meeting of The Sharing at the Community Center. He often attends. Not always. But often."
Aximili-Esgarrouth-Isthill to Unit 0[src]

To be added

Arbat's Mission[]

"We flew to the Community Center. It would be Arbat's most likely path into the Yeerk pool."
Aximili-Esgarrouth-Isthill[src]

To be added

Appearances[]

References[]

  1. According to #54: The Beginning, it is in California. VISSER also reveals it is mid-sized coastal city, with series co-author Michael Grant describing the fictional city as a blend between Orange County and Long Beach.
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