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Volunteers help transform Jackson Elementary with improvements

Published August 3, 2014 10:11 am
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Two hundred Fidelity Investments volunteers worked with Jackson Elementary students and faculty Saturday on improvements to the school.

Among other things, volunteers created a reading corner in the library, painted college-themed murals and installed new garden beds.

This is the second year Fidelity volunteers have helped with improvements at the school as part of the company's "School Transformation Day" program.






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