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Assistant superintendent John Hutchinson is shown with the 600 desks he purchased for the new Page Middle School, enough for every classroom. Gloucester Public Schools obtained the $120,000 worth of desks for $1,300, thanks to Hutchinson’s work. Photo by Kim Robins
Desks and chairs still await sorting in the gymnasium of the T.C. Walker Education Center, where furnishings for the new school are being stored temporarily. Photo by Kim Robins
School division employee John Register sorts through some of the furnishings and pulls out items that need minor repairs. Photo by Kim Robins
Furnishings obtained through surplus for GCPS included 15 equipped technology presentation lecterns for $80 each. Photo by Kim Robins
The surplus purchases included 33 microscopes, with 10 Zeiss scopes that retail for $5,800 each. Hutchinson purchased all 33 for $600. Photo by Kim Robins
 

Employee finds deals on office furnishings


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Fort Nonsense Park to be dedicated

Ribbon cutting at 10 a.m. on Nov. 7

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Local, statewide races on Tuesday’s ballot

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Voters faced with a number of choices locally

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Candidates disclose final finances before election

Gloucester’s John Meyer Jr. has most money of candidates for local office

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Have fun, but be safe while trick-or-treating

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Gloucester sheriff suggests children trick-or-treat from 6-8:30 p.m.

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Werowocomoco owners receive President’s Award

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Share the spotlight with Kathleen Kilpatrick of DHR

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Dig Pink!

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Volleyball teams raise funds to fight breast cancer

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