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Fancy Parking

by Randy Moll | September 13, 2022 at 8:00 a.m.
Special to the Eagle Observer/LONNIE MOLL Keira Digby and her mother, Tina Digby, paint a parking space on the Gentry High School parking lot on Sunday. Since 2016, Students and teachers have been allowed, for a fee, to put their own design on their parking spaces for the year. The spaces are painted with paint that can be washed off with a high-pressure sprayer. The Gentry School Board, in May 2016, gave unanimous approval to a student council proposal to allow high school students to paint a design on their assigned parking spaces for a $20 fee which goes to the student council for the next homecoming dance.

Keira Digby and her mother, Tina Digby, paint a parking space on the Gentry High School parking lot on Sunday.

Since 2016, Students and teachers have been allowed, for a fee, to put their own design on their parking spaces for the year. The spaces are painted with paint that can be washed off with a high-pressure sprayer. The Gentry School Board, in May 2016, gave unanimous approval to a student council proposal to allow high school students to paint a design on their assigned parking spaces for a $20 fee which goes to the student council for the next homecoming dance.

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