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Kudos & Kindness: Wood chips make school more secure

Tahoe Valley Elementary would like to thank Ed Cook and Ed Cook’s Tree Service for donating multiple loads of much needed wood chips and mulch. It was used to cover bare dirt areas next to the kindergarten and first-grade classrooms. The teachers and students are so appreciative of his donation. Previously this area would turn into mud every time the rains and snow hit, and create havoc when the winds would whip. Now it is secure, clean, and a joy for all to see. Thank you so much for always going above and beyond for the schools and town! You are truly appreciated.

Christina Grubbs



Principal, Tahoe Valley Elementary


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