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Landscape project of love underway at Hope-Centennial Elementary

Love is not only in the air during the month of love (February), but in the landscape project that is underway at Hope-Centennial Elementary School in West Palm Beach that has students, school staff and parents excited. Thanks to a grant provided by Keep Palm Beach County Beautiful, Inc. the school grounds are looking lush and landscaped.

An act of love by the community, faculty and students at Hope-Centennial Elementary will help to provide surroundings that induce learning in a positive and creative manner.
An act of love by the community, faculty and students at Hope-Centennial Elementary will help to provide surroundings that induce learning in a positive and creative manner.
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Principal Awilda Tomas stated that the students and parents are proud and excited to see this project underway. The community, faculty and students will help clean up the school surroundings as a contribution towards keeping the community beautiful as well.

Ms. Tomas said, “A special thank you to Stacey Marshall and the landscape workers, Mikell Snipes, Darren McCrary, Murphy Porter and Mike Osborne, at Maintenance and Plant Operations for assisting with this project.”

An act of love by the community, faculty and students at Hope-Centennial Elementary will help to provide surroundings that induce learning in a positive and creative manner. Beauty reaps the pride of those that are committed to doing something that enhances ones peace, relaxation and enjoyment. If you want beauty---you must sometimes make beauty, a by-product of love, whether external or internal. Looking good Hope-Centennial!!

REF: SDPBC (Press Release) Public Affairs Office, Jan. 2014

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