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Pike Road school groundbreaking on Alabama Live

PIKE ROAD, AL (WSFA) -

At this moment the Town of Pike Road is holding the groundbreaking ceremony of the Pike Road school. WSFA 12 News is there and will catch you up on all the latest details during Alabama Live, from the site!

The ceremony, being held at The Waters community off Marler Road, began at 10:00 a.m. It features speakers including Pike Road Mayor Gordon Stone, former Mayors Wayne Rabren and Judy Rittenor as well of members of the school board and former State Superintendent of Education Dr. Ed Richardson.

Mayor Gordon Stone commented on the groundbreaking saying, "This is certainly one of the most momentous events that has taken place in the Town of Pike Road's brief history, and we are grateful and excited to approach this milestone."

Weather permitting the construction of the school site is scheduled to begin in the next few days.

Be sure to tune into Alabama Live to catch the latest details on this groundbreaking ceremony.

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