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Sparks fly for multipurpose building

Julia Gremaux

Julia Gremaux

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On Feb. 27, construction workers weld steel beams on the end of the CMR multipurpose building, which is slated to open during the 2018-2019 school year. The building will house a wrestling room, weight room and classrooms.

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