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Symbolic Groundbreaking Kicks Off GCSD Construction

GREENVILLE – “We are ready to begin our 27-month process of construction…” Greenville City Schools Superintendent Doug Fries stood before the microphone one final time as a 40-minute symbolic groundbreaking ceremony taking place May 27 at Harmon Field was about to wrap up.

From the June 1, 2014 edition of The Early Bird

By Bob Robinson, Staff Writer

GREENVILLE – “We are ready to begin our 27-month process of construction…” Greenville City Schools Superintendent Doug Fries stood before the microphone one final time as a 40-minute symbolic groundbreaking ceremony taking place May 27 at Harmon Field was about to wrap up. The celebration marked the beginning of work on a renovated high school and a new K-8 building. The school day event allowed all students – grades K-12 – to participate in the ceremony. “It will be a project of collaboration, flexibility and problem-solving to complete…”

There was a symbolic shoveling of dirt, as one employee put it, on a symbolic tarp at the football field. There were 13 shovels, with 13 kids and 13 adults each taking their turns.

“We had everybody here,” he said, “with the exception of seniors. They’ve already had their send-off… but some still came over to watch.”

Greenville’s NJROTC presented the Colors, followed, by the National Anthem from the Greenville Band of Pride. The GHS Jazz Scene and Wavaires also performed during the program. Fries introduced the GCSD Board of Education and invited guests: members of the Greenville City Council and Darke County Commissioners, Jim Poeppelman from Partnering For Progress and Darke County Economic Development Director Marc Saluk....

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