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Al and Jess LaFountain review artwork created by students in their Adirondack Arts & Science Day Camp, which has been hailed by area parents. The educational summer school is held in the old Adirondack hamlet schoolhouse. Volunteers who rehabilitated the sturcture for a community center recently aired their complaints to the town board — which rents out the building — that the day camp's use of the building during the summer is hampering its use by civic groups. Students pictured are: Avril LaFountain, Karli Wood, Teddy Fleming, Owen Fleming,Devin Clench-Matteo, Izzy LaFountain and Gracie Staunches.

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Controversy erupts over use of former Adirondack schoolhouse

A children's educational day camp held in an old schoolhouse in the hamlet of Adirondack has been hailed by parents, but volunteers who rehabilitated the structure as a community center aired a grievance with the Horicon Town Board that the summer school's use of the structure is hampering its use by civic groups.

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Controversy erupts over use of old Adirondack schoolhouse

A children's educational day camp held in an old schoolhouse in the hamlet of Adirondack has been hailed by parents, but volunteers who rehabilitated the structure as a community center aired a grievance with the Horicon Town Board that the summer school's use of the structure is hampering its use by civic groups.

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