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Groundbreaking - October 2002


Mayor Mark Voxland tells the gathered crowd how important the new middle school will be for the school district and community.
Mayor Mark Voxland tells the gathered crowd how important the new middle school will be for the school district and community.
With construction equipment looming in the background, students, School Board members, district employees, and community representatives prepare to break ground for the district's new middle school.
With construction equipment looming in the background, students, School Board members, district employees, and community representatives prepare to break ground for the district's new middle school.
Chamber of Commerce President John Campbell presents Jim Cummings, chair of the Moorhead School Board, with a certificate congratulating the school district on its construction project.
Chamber of Commerce President John Campbell presents Jim Cummings, chair of the Moorhead School Board, with a certificate congratulating the school district on its construction project.
Shovelfuls of earth are turned as ground is broken Oct. 9 for the school district's new middle school at 12th Avenue South and 40th Street.
Shovelfuls of earth are turned as ground is broken Oct. 9 for the school district's new middle school at 12th Avenue South and 40th Street.
Dr. Larry P. Nybladh, superintendent, reminds the crowd gathered for the groundbreaking that it is the responsibility of each generation to provide for the next.
Dr. Larry P. Nybladh, superintendent, reminds the crowd gathered for the groundbreaking that it is the responsibility of each generation to provide for the next.