End of an era


Tuesday morning demolition began on the 100-year-old Radnor school building. Former students got to enter the building one last time in October to say good-bye during an open house held by the Buckeye Valley School District. The space where the building now stands will become a green space, according to school officials.


D. Anthony Botkin | The Gazette

Tuesday morning demolition began on the 100-year-old Radnor school building. Former students got to enter the building one last time in October to say good-bye during an open house held by the Buckeye Valley School District. The space where the building now stands will become a green space, according to school officials.

Tuesday morning demolition began on the 100-year-old Radnor school building. Former students got to enter the building one last time in October to say good-bye during an open house held by the Buckeye Valley School District. The space where the building now stands will become a green space, according to school officials.
http://delgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/web1_DSC_0210F-1.jpgTuesday morning demolition began on the 100-year-old Radnor school building. Former students got to enter the building one last time in October to say good-bye during an open house held by the Buckeye Valley School District. The space where the building now stands will become a green space, according to school officials. D. Anthony Botkin | The Gazette
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