Eastern Elementary School Multipurpose Room Groundbreaking | Eastern North Carolina Now

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    The Facility was designed by MHA Works of Greenville. It is being constructed by A.R. Chesson of Williamston, it is a 7,395 square ft. free standing metal facility. It will have it have 5,268 square feet that we will be able to seat approximately 750 people. It is a fully sprinkled building and it will be the first building for BCS system has all LED lighting.

    Here are a few photos from this afternoon.
Melissa Dana, principal at Eastern Elementary School in Washington, welcomed guest to the groundbreaking for the school's much needed multipurpose room. Beaufort County Commissioners Gary Brinn, Ron Buzzeo, Ed Booth and Robert Belcher looked on.

Buddy Beaver, the Eastern Elementary School mascot, could hardly contain his excitement at the event.

    Members of the Beaufort County Commissioners joined members of the Beaufort County Board of Education to show off the artist rendering of the school's multipurpose room. With this addition, students at Eastern Elementary will be able to hold physical education classes in a much more comfortable setting and not be dependent on good weather conditions.

    Sarah Hodges Stalls
            Public Information Officer

   Beaufort County Schools
        252.946.6593  •  252.402.5834
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