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There were 80 villagers who went to the school which was located on the site at the turn of the century. The school had a bell in a small tower that was rung three times a day. This project, honors the heart of that community the the history of the school, also has 80 bells (that move with the wind). All materials and labor were donated by the community. The bells were cut-out and welded by a local trade school. All the art (160 images) was created by the students.
Date created: 2005
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