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Thanks to our amazing group members, we have removed tons of debris that has rested in the old hallways for decades.
From wooden flooring to old dry wall, they all have been dragged to the street to be hauled away. By having a ramp built by the great handy man Andy, this task has become so much more easier and effective!
Even if it is not a weekend, that does not stop us! Crew members volunteer more time during the week days posting no trespassing signs, boarding windows,and repairing damaged
We do this to remind everyone that the building is private property and we do NOT want anyone getting hurt on the premises.
december's work effort
Our Friendly Neighbors: JSO
From all the negative news that has been surrounding the police departments all across the country lately, we wanted to say how thankful we our for our own police officers!
The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office have been a great help in aiding the restoration of the nearly century old school house. They have been constantly patrolling the grounds at every hour of the day making sure that there are no unexpected visits from anyone not authorized to be on the property. It is awesome to see all the love from our community that is coming together to protect such an incredible piece of Jacksonville's history.
Merry Christmas from alpg
The Annie Lytle Preservation Group would like to take a second to say Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to everyone!
In honor of the season we have given the school a little Christmas spirit!