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I totally agree. How ridiculous.
Thank you Allison for keeping the facts about Juvenile Arthritis in front of us. You are doing a fabulous job raising awareness. Thank you. We visited your stand yesterday and I must say the brownies and your special lemonade was fantastics. Keep up the work kiddo. We will continue to support you in everything you do. !
Naaa - it could be done with a tight belt. Splash Pads are stupid, I stand by my opinion. They are only for little kids. Boo!
I agree - $10 mil. From the schools to the city - I'd sure like to see where they come up with their budgets. I am certain I could build or fix Memorial for much less and give the city a pool.
Splash pads are stupid! They are for kids 6 and under. What do you want the rest of the town to do. Could have spent the $ on the splash pads to just fix Memorial. Doesn't have to be fancy. A pool, diving board, bathrooms, and hot dogs, pretzels, candy, snow cones, and things to drink.
We attend the event every year. What a great cause and a courageous young lady Allison Wanichek is for speaking out and raising awareness about Juvenile Arthritis. N I love that they are also helping with Children's Wishes & Dreams this year. Way to go Wanichek Family.
I agree. I am quite certain fatherof5 works for the district office or is on the board. Either way, pointless conversations.
No one is asking for the district to quit advocating for the kids. It's clear the community has said no (for now). And the more they keep beating this horse the more the answer will be no.
If they really want us to get behind them then they need to start using the money they have and make some improvements. Better yet - do what Lincoln did and apply for some grants and fix some things. Work for getting some money instead of the free money from the tax payers.
No student is condemned at Wa-Hi - come on. The kids get a fine education - it may not be state of the art, but it's not a prison sentence to attend Wa-Hi the way it is. Ridiculous statement.
It won't matter what the survey says, because the Board will do what they want anyway. Smoke screen to cover for what they already have planned. It won't matter. What they really need to do is let it go already - give it a couple years and circle back.
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