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Eagle Garden Celebrates SGCS 50th Anniversary

June 2, 2014

Cathy Petrie, Smith-Green Community Schools board member, spoke on the history of Eagle Garden at Thursday’s dedication service in Churubusco.

Smith-Green Community Schools has been evolving for 50 years. The district celebrated the half-century mark Thursday evening to commemorate the SGCS’s outdoor Eagle Garden.

The dedication ceremony at Eagle Garden recognized the corporation’s graduating Class of 1964 and earlier graduates as part of the 50th anniversary of Smith-Green Community Schools.

Eagle Garden was originally installed when an auto accident tragically took the lives of Churubusco High School students Andy Spencer and Megan Young in 2009.

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