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The building is pictured below and is now a home on the Dawes Arboretum property on Route 13, between Davis Road and Licking Trails Road. During this time, the Town Hall was used for ball games and school activities. Dedication of the building was held in March of 1960, with the band under the direction of Charles Tewksbary with Twila Bole, as Organist.

John Brumbach built the school to be used for educating his children and the neighboring children. LOCUST GROVE SCHOOL -School, now gone, was located on the south side of White Chapel Road, beside the Shawnee Railroad and the South Fork. Historian Gertrude Medler helped the author to locate this school. Medler spent considerable time locating all the one-room schools in Licking County and found 190 of them. SCHOOL AT VAN BURENTOWN (FLEATOWN) This is at the intersection of White Chapel Road and State Route 13. Big event at this time was the contract worked out for a new Auditorium and Gymnasium.

She has a special love for Jacksontown School, having started her teaching career there back in 1947. Miss Alma King came to the faculty to teach English and Mrs. County Superintendent Lester Black made sure we had County Organizations and Jacksontown was represented this year as follows: County Student Council Carol Griffith and Patricia Morton. We were still playing six-man football, Ralph Moore won All-County, and Evan Smith scored the most touchdowns. It was traditional for the Faculty to lead the seniors into the gym where the seniors then went up onto the stage. This year we found seven in the graduating class, three girls, four boys. Braig, who also advised the schools yearbook was the LICKINGANA. Hoskinson, Larry Weiss, Sherl Smith, and Audry Smith (our first lady on the Board? No longer were the "Trojans" and "Trailblazer - now we were one -"Lancers!

She has the fondest memories of the school and the people there, when it was a high school-and a good one! OLD BRUMBACH SCHOOL - The school was located east of Lake Drive intersection and west of the Shawnee Railroad Track on the north side of Ridgely Tract Road. Recordings show students at this school in the 1860s. Green was a large property owner, with over 400 acres, and donated the land for the school. Sebold, like Lester Black before him, went on to become Superitendent of the County Schools!! Teachers were Helen Ehrick, Balo, Foster Elliott (Coach), Edgar Higgins, Frances House, Ralph Cox, Irma Hamilton, Elizabeth Martin, and Jesse Blade, Janitor. Board Members were Ryan, Rutledge, Adamson, Morton, and Mc Kibbon. initiation was discussed, as a complaint had been made to County Supt. Melvin Clark (a returning Navy officer) was hired and the Janitor was now making the huge salary of

The building is pictured below and is now a home on the Dawes Arboretum property on Route 13, between Davis Road and Licking Trails Road. During this time, the Town Hall was used for ball games and school activities. Dedication of the building was held in March of 1960, with the band under the direction of Charles Tewksbary with Twila Bole, as Organist. John Brumbach built the school to be used for educating his children and the neighboring children. LOCUST GROVE SCHOOL -School, now gone, was located on the south side of White Chapel Road, beside the Shawnee Railroad and the South Fork. Historian Gertrude Medler helped the author to locate this school. Medler spent considerable time locating all the one-room schools in Licking County and found 190 of them. SCHOOL AT VAN BURENTOWN (FLEATOWN) This is at the intersection of White Chapel Road and State Route 13. Big event at this time was the contract worked out for a new Auditorium and Gymnasium.

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The building is pictured below and is now a home on the Dawes Arboretum property on Route 13, between Davis Road and Licking Trails Road. During this time, the Town Hall was used for ball games and school activities. Dedication of the building was held in March of 1960, with the band under the direction of Charles Tewksbary with Twila Bole, as Organist.

John Brumbach built the school to be used for educating his children and the neighboring children. LOCUST GROVE SCHOOL -School, now gone, was located on the south side of White Chapel Road, beside the Shawnee Railroad and the South Fork. Historian Gertrude Medler helped the author to locate this school. Medler spent considerable time locating all the one-room schools in Licking County and found 190 of them. SCHOOL AT VAN BURENTOWN (FLEATOWN) This is at the intersection of White Chapel Road and State Route 13. Big event at this time was the contract worked out for a new Auditorium and Gymnasium.

She has a special love for Jacksontown School, having started her teaching career there back in 1947. Miss Alma King came to the faculty to teach English and Mrs. County Superintendent Lester Black made sure we had County Organizations and Jacksontown was represented this year as follows: County Student Council Carol Griffith and Patricia Morton. We were still playing six-man football, Ralph Moore won All-County, and Evan Smith scored the most touchdowns. It was traditional for the Faculty to lead the seniors into the gym where the seniors then went up onto the stage. This year we found seven in the graduating class, three girls, four boys. Braig, who also advised the schools yearbook was the LICKINGANA. Hoskinson, Larry Weiss, Sherl Smith, and Audry Smith (our first lady on the Board? No longer were the "Trojans" and "Trailblazer - now we were one -"Lancers!

She has the fondest memories of the school and the people there, when it was a high school-and a good one! OLD BRUMBACH SCHOOL - The school was located east of Lake Drive intersection and west of the Shawnee Railroad Track on the north side of Ridgely Tract Road. Recordings show students at this school in the 1860s. Green was a large property owner, with over 400 acres, and donated the land for the school. Sebold, like Lester Black before him, went on to become Superitendent of the County Schools!! Teachers were Helen Ehrick, Balo, Foster Elliott (Coach), Edgar Higgins, Frances House, Ralph Cox, Irma Hamilton, Elizabeth Martin, and Jesse Blade, Janitor. Board Members were Ryan, Rutledge, Adamson, Morton, and Mc Kibbon. initiation was discussed, as a complaint had been made to County Supt. Melvin Clark (a returning Navy officer) was hired and the Janitor was now making the huge salary of $1,500 a year (in 12 month installments). County Band Margaret Sasser, Lillian Gorley, Dalton Wise and John Slayter. They were Kenny Deck, Roger Cotterman, Mary Jo Hoskinson, Frances Wilson, Marguerite Higinbothom, Evan Smith, and Minnie Winter. The elementary schools were to retain their own names. of Jacksontown, was selected over Hebron Executive Head, Roger Burke. P., Sue Backenstos treasurer, and Merle Smith, Secretary. The Board made plans to sell $770,000 in bonds for the purpose of acquiring real estate, constructing a new high school building, remodeling and improving the present building, and for landscaping and improving sites.

He also made many trips to the Recorder's office, got information from genealogy studies, and from the library. Victor Fowler became the Executive Head and his wife also was on the staff. They had pest hunts and got points for the pests they killed and brought into the school!! The school continued with their Halloween Carnival and Patty Smith was elected queen. Ralph Billett was hired as the new Executive Head along with John Corkery, Richard Armstrong (he later joined the F. Howard Smith served as class president, Janice Davis V. It was pretty much the Smith show The plaque in the hallway of the elementary addition to the front of our school says it was erected in 1953, with the School Board being Mr. The two schools combined their appropriations and Joseph Baker, the Architect, was selected to make plans for the new school.

He extends his thanks to Gertrude Medler, of Newark, who did a study of all one-room schools in the county. Braig was glad to help in the history having done a similar study for Hebron School. Two other new faculty members were June Adams and John Parker. The Seniors then took a trip to Washington, New York, and Atlantic City. Ann Watkins edited the school paper, THE BULLETIN, advised by Mrs. It would be called Lakewood, and the school colors were to be red, white, and blue - the red from Jacksontown, and the blue from Hebron.

It was built on the Hoskinson farm, across the road from the Beall farm. The schools were under the guidance of the School Board for all the schools in the district. In order for people to teach when they had not attended college, they were given an exam called the * Boxwell and if they got a good grade on this, they could teach in the public schools. No set salary for teachers, but all still must not be married. Some of the students decided to go to Newark High School and the Board paid their tuition. The high school was not meeting the requirements for a second grade high school, and to update it, they needed to buy laboratory equipment, which they did.

,500 a year (in 12 month installments). County Band Margaret Sasser, Lillian Gorley, Dalton Wise and John Slayter. They were Kenny Deck, Roger Cotterman, Mary Jo Hoskinson, Frances Wilson, Marguerite Higinbothom, Evan Smith, and Minnie Winter. The elementary schools were to retain their own names. of Jacksontown, was selected over Hebron Executive Head, Roger Burke. P., Sue Backenstos treasurer, and Merle Smith, Secretary. The Board made plans to sell 0,000 in bonds for the purpose of acquiring real estate, constructing a new high school building, remodeling and improving the present building, and for landscaping and improving sites.

He also made many trips to the Recorder's office, got information from genealogy studies, and from the library. Victor Fowler became the Executive Head and his wife also was on the staff. They had pest hunts and got points for the pests they killed and brought into the school!! The school continued with their Halloween Carnival and Patty Smith was elected queen. Ralph Billett was hired as the new Executive Head along with John Corkery, Richard Armstrong (he later joined the F. Howard Smith served as class president, Janice Davis V. It was pretty much the Smith show The plaque in the hallway of the elementary addition to the front of our school says it was erected in 1953, with the School Board being Mr. The two schools combined their appropriations and Joseph Baker, the Architect, was selected to make plans for the new school.

He extends his thanks to Gertrude Medler, of Newark, who did a study of all one-room schools in the county. Braig was glad to help in the history having done a similar study for Hebron School. Two other new faculty members were June Adams and John Parker. The Seniors then took a trip to Washington, New York, and Atlantic City. Ann Watkins edited the school paper, THE BULLETIN, advised by Mrs. It would be called Lakewood, and the school colors were to be red, white, and blue - the red from Jacksontown, and the blue from Hebron.

It was built on the Hoskinson farm, across the road from the Beall farm. The schools were under the guidance of the School Board for all the schools in the district. In order for people to teach when they had not attended college, they were given an exam called the * Boxwell and if they got a good grade on this, they could teach in the public schools. No set salary for teachers, but all still must not be married. Some of the students decided to go to Newark High School and the Board paid their tuition. The high school was not meeting the requirements for a second grade high school, and to update it, they needed to buy laboratory equipment, which they did.

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The frame building had two floors, one room up, one down. A complete history of this school is located in this booklet. The first games in the new gym were against Alexandria and the Trojans won both the games. At this time, there were thirteen schools in the County system and in the county leagues. Robert Hull was hired as the new Supt., from Niles, Ohio. The Board hired Miss Donna Fisher (to be married later to become Donna Braig), Edna Shroats (teaching 1High School included Melvin Clark, Executive Head and teacher of Chemistry; Franchion Lewis who taught languages and Home Ec.; Miss Paulina Lewis taught English; Verna Swartz Barnett who was the Music director (vocal and Band) and taught math. All County Football (6 man) was Dale Hupp and Bill Davis and all county basketball was Dale Hupp (he won both that year) and Glen Wince. Construction was started at the new school site, and wells were being dug, as the old home that stood there was torn down. This was the last class to graduate from the great school on Route 13 in Jacksontown. Joseph Baker, architect, turned the keys of the building over to Chance Brockway, Board president. The total land site was to be 66 acres, had an auditorium that seated 420 and had a stage that could hold a ninety-piece band.

MESSMORE SCHOOL - It was a frame building at the S. side of the woods near the railroad track and the intersection of Lancers Rd (Twp. It was a frame school and located close to town which makes one wonder why students didn't walk into town. There were three one-room schools on Ridgely Tract Road but each was used at a different time. Edgar Albright, president of the Community Club and Mr. Harold Freas and Robert Hoskinson were hired to take the enumeration. Black and the Board moved that such practices be dropped. All the staff was paid in 12-month installments, once a month. meetings, were class advisors with the class plays and Junior-Senior Banquets, make sure your class had a money-maker for Fall Festival, advise all school clubs and cheerleaders, and of course, this was all without additional pay. There was no lounge for teachersthe teachers used the same rest rooms as the students, which were located in the basement, just off the cafeteria. Our Chorus members were: Anna Lou Brown, Betty Dettre, Patricia Meredith, Charles Davis, Leroy Hoskinson, Keith Thogmartin, Fred Crist, Allen White, Charles George, Bruce Thogmartin, and Richard Morton. Thelma Bounds served as the Principal of the Elementary School - the one and only woman teacher to be so appointed at Jacksontown - or later in the Lakewood Local School System. At JHS, Loll Cass was chosen for the staff, along with Mrs. On the 14th day of March, 60 acres of farmland was purchased from Joseph T. (Marjorie, being a sister to Sheriff Wm Mc Elroy at that time).

#327) and County Road #596 (Cristland Hills Road.) Driving north on Lancer Road, drive under the Interstate and the school was on the left side (west) of the road. The property was owned by Fannie Davis who had taught there at one time, and perhaps some of the school was incorporated in the Davis Home on Route 40. OLD RIDGELY TRACT SCHOOL - This early school (1852) was on the Burrel Swartz property, next to what is now the Burning Tree Golf Course. During this time, Anna Dell Vorhees was hired to teach Social Studies, French, and Typing and Mr. Teachers were Mary Black, Mary Sheets, Amelia Kirkland, Joan Nickel, Irma Hamilton, Elizabeth Mc Cament, Annie Stuart, and Via Cooperider. President Ryan swore in new board members, Walter Ice and Mr. The name of the school was made official, Jacksontown Local School District. Sometimes this caused paydays for the staff to be five weeks between pays!! Teachers salaries varied but the beginning pay for Miss Fisher and Mrs. Teachers were expected to direct all the school plays and musicals, sell tickets at all school events, do homeroom duties and hall duties, advised the school paper and the LICKINGANA, attended all P. The Board OKd the Junior-Senior Banquet to be held at the Seneca Hotel in Columbus with President of the class Kenny Seymour giving the welcome and Carol Griffith, president of the Junior Class responding. County Honor Society members were Donna Jean Ice, Pat Morton, Carol Griffith, Glen Wince, Richard Morton, and Shelby Kuhn. On the 21st day of June, Lakewood Local School District purchased 8.81 acres of land from Fannie Gray Davis, Geo.

Most of the textbooks were the Mc Guffey Reader and books by Ray. They didnt go all over the district, as Lewis Walters was paid

The frame building had two floors, one room up, one down. A complete history of this school is located in this booklet. The first games in the new gym were against Alexandria and the Trojans won both the games. At this time, there were thirteen schools in the County system and in the county leagues. Robert Hull was hired as the new Supt., from Niles, Ohio. The Board hired Miss Donna Fisher (to be married later to become Donna Braig), Edna Shroats (teaching 1High School included Melvin Clark, Executive Head and teacher of Chemistry; Franchion Lewis who taught languages and Home Ec.; Miss Paulina Lewis taught English; Verna Swartz Barnett who was the Music director (vocal and Band) and taught math. All County Football (6 man) was Dale Hupp and Bill Davis and all county basketball was Dale Hupp (he won both that year) and Glen Wince. Construction was started at the new school site, and wells were being dug, as the old home that stood there was torn down. This was the last class to graduate from the great school on Route 13 in Jacksontown. Joseph Baker, architect, turned the keys of the building over to Chance Brockway, Board president. The total land site was to be 66 acres, had an auditorium that seated 420 and had a stage that could hold a ninety-piece band.

MESSMORE SCHOOL - It was a frame building at the S. side of the woods near the railroad track and the intersection of Lancers Rd (Twp. It was a frame school and located close to town which makes one wonder why students didn't walk into town. There were three one-room schools on Ridgely Tract Road but each was used at a different time. Edgar Albright, president of the Community Club and Mr. Harold Freas and Robert Hoskinson were hired to take the enumeration. Black and the Board moved that such practices be dropped. All the staff was paid in 12-month installments, once a month. meetings, were class advisors with the class plays and Junior-Senior Banquets, make sure your class had a money-maker for Fall Festival, advise all school clubs and cheerleaders, and of course, this was all without additional pay. There was no lounge for teachersthe teachers used the same rest rooms as the students, which were located in the basement, just off the cafeteria. Our Chorus members were: Anna Lou Brown, Betty Dettre, Patricia Meredith, Charles Davis, Leroy Hoskinson, Keith Thogmartin, Fred Crist, Allen White, Charles George, Bruce Thogmartin, and Richard Morton. Thelma Bounds served as the Principal of the Elementary School - the one and only woman teacher to be so appointed at Jacksontown - or later in the Lakewood Local School System. At JHS, Loll Cass was chosen for the staff, along with Mrs. On the 14th day of March, 60 acres of farmland was purchased from Joseph T. (Marjorie, being a sister to Sheriff Wm Mc Elroy at that time).

#327) and County Road #596 (Cristland Hills Road.) Driving north on Lancer Road, drive under the Interstate and the school was on the left side (west) of the road. The property was owned by Fannie Davis who had taught there at one time, and perhaps some of the school was incorporated in the Davis Home on Route 40. OLD RIDGELY TRACT SCHOOL - This early school (1852) was on the Burrel Swartz property, next to what is now the Burning Tree Golf Course. During this time, Anna Dell Vorhees was hired to teach Social Studies, French, and Typing and Mr. Teachers were Mary Black, Mary Sheets, Amelia Kirkland, Joan Nickel, Irma Hamilton, Elizabeth Mc Cament, Annie Stuart, and Via Cooperider. President Ryan swore in new board members, Walter Ice and Mr. The name of the school was made official, Jacksontown Local School District. Sometimes this caused paydays for the staff to be five weeks between pays!! Teachers salaries varied but the beginning pay for Miss Fisher and Mrs. Teachers were expected to direct all the school plays and musicals, sell tickets at all school events, do homeroom duties and hall duties, advised the school paper and the LICKINGANA, attended all P. The Board OKd the Junior-Senior Banquet to be held at the Seneca Hotel in Columbus with President of the class Kenny Seymour giving the welcome and Carol Griffith, president of the Junior Class responding. County Honor Society members were Donna Jean Ice, Pat Morton, Carol Griffith, Glen Wince, Richard Morton, and Shelby Kuhn. On the 21st day of June, Lakewood Local School District purchased 8.81 acres of land from Fannie Gray Davis, Geo.

Most of the textbooks were the Mc Guffey Reader and books by Ray. They didnt go all over the district, as Lewis Walters was paid $1 a day for transporting George and Bertha Lorentz and Carl Walters to the LOCUST GROVE School. (Showing that these one-room schools were still being used.) H. Board minutes stated that the line fence between properties was done. Margaret Riggs first appeared on the high school staff. This is not clear as to why she was hired, as she was married to Otis Riggs, and female teachers had to be single at this time. The Town halls was used for many school purposes, including basketball practice.

The school day ran from to , with noon lunch break and morning and afternoon recesses. The Blacksmith sop was in the front yard of the home. Word was received from the Findlay Carriage Company that their factory burned and they couldnt supply the school wagon. Clay Robinson was hired to put up blackboard and repair plaster in the LOCUST GROVE School. Jesse Blade as janitor, and Bus Drivers were: #3 Route, Calvin Boring, $90 a month; #2 Route to H. The Board contributed to the Teachers Retirement Fund and the board needed school funds and got them through the Hebron Bank at 2% interest.

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The frame building had two floors, one room up, one down. A complete history of this school is located in this booklet. The first games in the new gym were against Alexandria and the Trojans won both the games. At this time, there were thirteen schools in the County system and in the county leagues. Robert Hull was hired as the new Supt., from Niles, Ohio. The Board hired Miss Donna Fisher (to be married later to become Donna Braig), Edna Shroats (teaching 1High School included Melvin Clark, Executive Head and teacher of Chemistry; Franchion Lewis who taught languages and Home Ec.; Miss Paulina Lewis taught English; Verna Swartz Barnett who was the Music director (vocal and Band) and taught math. All County Football (6 man) was Dale Hupp and Bill Davis and all county basketball was Dale Hupp (he won both that year) and Glen Wince. Construction was started at the new school site, and wells were being dug, as the old home that stood there was torn down. This was the last class to graduate from the great school on Route 13 in Jacksontown. Joseph Baker, architect, turned the keys of the building over to Chance Brockway, Board president. The total land site was to be 66 acres, had an auditorium that seated 420 and had a stage that could hold a ninety-piece band.MESSMORE SCHOOL - It was a frame building at the S. side of the woods near the railroad track and the intersection of Lancers Rd (Twp. It was a frame school and located close to town which makes one wonder why students didn't walk into town. There were three one-room schools on Ridgely Tract Road but each was used at a different time. Edgar Albright, president of the Community Club and Mr. Harold Freas and Robert Hoskinson were hired to take the enumeration. Black and the Board moved that such practices be dropped. All the staff was paid in 12-month installments, once a month. meetings, were class advisors with the class plays and Junior-Senior Banquets, make sure your class had a money-maker for Fall Festival, advise all school clubs and cheerleaders, and of course, this was all without additional pay. There was no lounge for teachersthe teachers used the same rest rooms as the students, which were located in the basement, just off the cafeteria. Our Chorus members were: Anna Lou Brown, Betty Dettre, Patricia Meredith, Charles Davis, Leroy Hoskinson, Keith Thogmartin, Fred Crist, Allen White, Charles George, Bruce Thogmartin, and Richard Morton. Thelma Bounds served as the Principal of the Elementary School - the one and only woman teacher to be so appointed at Jacksontown - or later in the Lakewood Local School System. At JHS, Loll Cass was chosen for the staff, along with Mrs. On the 14th day of March, 60 acres of farmland was purchased from Joseph T. (Marjorie, being a sister to Sheriff Wm Mc Elroy at that time).#327) and County Road #596 (Cristland Hills Road.) Driving north on Lancer Road, drive under the Interstate and the school was on the left side (west) of the road. The property was owned by Fannie Davis who had taught there at one time, and perhaps some of the school was incorporated in the Davis Home on Route 40. OLD RIDGELY TRACT SCHOOL - This early school (1852) was on the Burrel Swartz property, next to what is now the Burning Tree Golf Course. During this time, Anna Dell Vorhees was hired to teach Social Studies, French, and Typing and Mr. Teachers were Mary Black, Mary Sheets, Amelia Kirkland, Joan Nickel, Irma Hamilton, Elizabeth Mc Cament, Annie Stuart, and Via Cooperider. President Ryan swore in new board members, Walter Ice and Mr. The name of the school was made official, Jacksontown Local School District. Sometimes this caused paydays for the staff to be five weeks between pays!! Teachers salaries varied but the beginning pay for Miss Fisher and Mrs. Teachers were expected to direct all the school plays and musicals, sell tickets at all school events, do homeroom duties and hall duties, advised the school paper and the LICKINGANA, attended all P. The Board OKd the Junior-Senior Banquet to be held at the Seneca Hotel in Columbus with President of the class Kenny Seymour giving the welcome and Carol Griffith, president of the Junior Class responding. County Honor Society members were Donna Jean Ice, Pat Morton, Carol Griffith, Glen Wince, Richard Morton, and Shelby Kuhn. On the 21st day of June, Lakewood Local School District purchased 8.81 acres of land from Fannie Gray Davis, Geo.Most of the textbooks were the Mc Guffey Reader and books by Ray. They didnt go all over the district, as Lewis Walters was paid $1 a day for transporting George and Bertha Lorentz and Carl Walters to the LOCUST GROVE School. (Showing that these one-room schools were still being used.) H. Board minutes stated that the line fence between properties was done. Margaret Riggs first appeared on the high school staff. This is not clear as to why she was hired, as she was married to Otis Riggs, and female teachers had to be single at this time. The Town halls was used for many school purposes, including basketball practice. The school day ran from to , with noon lunch break and morning and afternoon recesses. The Blacksmith sop was in the front yard of the home. Word was received from the Findlay Carriage Company that their factory burned and they couldnt supply the school wagon. Clay Robinson was hired to put up blackboard and repair plaster in the LOCUST GROVE School. Jesse Blade as janitor, and Bus Drivers were: #3 Route, Calvin Boring, $90 a month; #2 Route to H. The Board contributed to the Teachers Retirement Fund and the board needed school funds and got them through the Hebron Bank at 2% interest.

a day for transporting George and Bertha Lorentz and Carl Walters to the LOCUST GROVE School. (Showing that these one-room schools were still being used.) H. Board minutes stated that the line fence between properties was done. Margaret Riggs first appeared on the high school staff. This is not clear as to why she was hired, as she was married to Otis Riggs, and female teachers had to be single at this time. The Town halls was used for many school purposes, including basketball practice.

The school day ran from to , with noon lunch break and morning and afternoon recesses. The Blacksmith sop was in the front yard of the home. Word was received from the Findlay Carriage Company that their factory burned and they couldnt supply the school wagon. Clay Robinson was hired to put up blackboard and repair plaster in the LOCUST GROVE School. Jesse Blade as janitor, and Bus Drivers were: #3 Route, Calvin Boring, a month; #2 Route to H. The Board contributed to the Teachers Retirement Fund and the board needed school funds and got them through the Hebron Bank at 2% interest.

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