Ravell Call, Deseret News
MIDVALE — The new Midvale Elementary School stands to benefit from pieces of the old one.
People can help build up programs at the new school by buying bricks from the old, now-demolished school on Center Street.
Midvale Elementary supporters can now buy a brick of the six-decade-old building for $10, or $15 with an engraved plate. For those who order more than 10 bricks, they will cost $5 per brick, or $10 per brick with an engraved plate.
Also, the parent-teacher association is selling pavers for the sidewalk leading to the front entrance of the school. Each paver has an individualized message and will forever mark families' support of the school and their children’s accomplishments. Small bricks are $50 and large bricks are $100. A picture can be added for $25.
The bricks from the school and the pavers will be on sale at the Midvale PTA Carnival on Thursday, May 30. The event will be from 3-8 p.m. at the school, 7830 Chapel St. Orders also can be sent to Suzanne Walker at email@example.com.
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