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Hangar Demolished


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On October 16, facilities staff supervised the demolition of the retired hangar on the southeast side of the school grounds, a longtime icon of the school and a vestige from the days when the school property was an air field. Built in the late 1930s, it most recently provided space for equipment storage and Nordic ski waxing.

 

Click for a related print story about the hanger by Sam Swoap from 2014. (Page 4)

Click for the print story on the history of the hanger by Aaron Kleiner from 2013. (Page 5)

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