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Brighter future

Partnering with True Value Foundation, Ashton Dyer of Meadors Lumber Co. in Alma notified local schools of the foundation’s “Painting a Brighter Future” grant last fall and encouraged them to apply. Cedarville High School Environmental and Spatial Technology (EAST) program received the True Value Foundation’s “Painting a Brighter Future” grant. Cedarville was the only school in the state to receive this year’s grant. The paint will be used to complete the Cedarville Health and Wellness Center on the Cedarville Elementary School campus. Dyer delivered the paint June 12. From left are student Bailie Murphy, Meadors Lumber Manager Ashton Dyer, student Maddy Armer and and superintendent Dr. Dan Foreman.

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