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April 13, 2010

Tribune memory book needs your help

FLOYD COUNTY — The Tribune plans to publish a memory section which will include photos and stories from the four New Albany-Floyd County elementary schools which will be closed at the end of the school year — Silver Street, Pine View, Galena and the Children’s Academy of New Albany.

The section will be published at the end of the school year. But in order to commemorate the legacy these four schools have created, we need your help. We are looking for stories, no more than 250 words, about what each school meant to you as a student, or to your children and grandchildren. We are also looking for photos of events and classes from the four schools.

Submissions can be mailed to: The Tribune, 303 Scribner Dr., New Albany, IN 47150 or emailed to Also, share your story at 812-206-6397.

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