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MEETING AT LAKE SCHOOL THURS. DEC. 2

Posted by xaviervir on December 1, 2010

Those residents interested in saving Lake School are invited to attend a meeting at the school:

Save Lake Elementary group formed. FYI We the teachers and Parents at Lake love our school and have no intention of giving it up without a fight. Interested community members who want to get involved may come to our next steering committee meeting Thursday Dec. 2nd at 3:30 at Lake room 5

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One Response to “MEETING AT LAKE SCHOOL THURS. DEC. 2”

  1. Shelby said

    I attended meeting. Steering committee composed of 2 parents, 2 teachers. Only teachers showed. Had long talk with Eric Swabeck, who is also union rep. Tried to fill him in on what I know of how city functions and this deal to sell Lake property for $1. He is arranging car pools for December 8th meeting to Le Jean School. Should be interesting. Come one, come all.

    “We are cursed to live in interesting times.”

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