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Gordon Bell High School cuts ribbon on green space

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Jecy Santa Ana cuts the ribbon on Monday.

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Jecy Santa Ana cuts the ribbon on Monday. Photo Store

Gordon Bell High School student Jecy Santa Ana cut a ribbon to officially open the school’s new green space on Monday morning.

The school’s principal, Arlene Skull, said the  school is "thrilled to have field turf, not grass" so the playing area can be used most of the year.

The school raised more than $500,000 to help pay for the project, and is still fundraising to add further elements to the space like a stage and lighting.

To donate go online to www.gordonbell.ca/paypal

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