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Pick A Brick For Ashford Park Elementary School

A unique fundraiser is underway to benefit two major school improvement projects.


The Ashford Park School Education Foundation is selling custom, personalized bricks to  benefit its latest school improvement project.

Over the Thanksgiving break, Ashford Park Elementary School's current walkway will be removed and replaced with red bricks. The foundation is overseeing the construction of a new front walkway at the school's entrance.

During summer 2013, a new brick plaza at the carpool destination along Tryon Road will also be installed. The front brick plaza is designated for personal/family bricks; the carpool brick plaza is designated for corporate bricks.

A standard 4x8 brick includes two lines of customizable text (16 characters per line), while a larger 8x8 brick allows for four lines (16 characters per line) of customizable text and a corporate logo (optional).

The Ashford Park Civic Association is supporting the school's projects. It recently designed and purchased new Carpool signage around the school's thoroughfares.

Orders can be taken online at this link - http://www.ashfordparkschool.com/custom-brick.html

Ashford Park School Education Foundation November 16, 2012 at 02:42 PM
Thank you to the Brookhaven Patch and the Ashford Park Civic Association for their support and promotion of this project at Ashford Park School. We look forward to these added improvements to the school which will allow families to leave a legacy for their child(ren), friends, and favorite teachers / administrators. Further, it allows local businesses and organizations the opportunity to continue their support of our students and the school for years to come.

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