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New projects to serve as greeting at KHS


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Computer aided design shows what the center island will look like once construction is complete. The designer, Tony Robinson, a Kimball High School graduate, is the grandson of Jim Robinson, in whose memory the work is being done.

When longtime Kimballite Jim Robinson passed away last winter, his family asked that all memorial donations be given to the Kimball School Foundation.

That money is now being used to update the island on the west side of Kimball High School in memory of Robinson.

"We were always kind of interested in doing something with the school," said Greg Robinson, his son. "We struggled for a while trying to figure out what to do. We wanted something visible that we could put our name on."

As soon as Superintendent Marshall Lewis said that the island in the center of the parking lot needed some work,...

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