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I would like for all local citizens to know about an extraordinary opportunity to enjoy the history of Woodlawn School.
Because this is the last year for Woodlawn School to be in existence, it was appropriate for a former student and graduate of Woodlawn High School to delve into the history of the school.
Shirley Steele, class of 1959, has compiled a three-CD PowerPoint of pictures and information about Woodlawn School from1878 to 2013.
My mother, who was a 1938 graduate of Woodlawn High School, and I viewed one CD for four hours as she reminisced about the “good ole’ days.” She did not fall asleep for the entire four hours and beamed with happiness.
This collection included pictures and memorable honors obtained from innovative educational breakthroughs that were very progressive for their time.
This unique collection can be purchased for $10 by calling Woodlawn School. All proceeds go to finance a field trip for students of the school.
This will be well-spent money for hours of entertainment for people in this area who know Woodlawn School alumni or are interested in the history of this stately school.
Former Woodlawn School student