Third-graders run on the new track at Gold Hill Elementary School in Fort Mill on Friday. The track was built with donations after parents decided students should not walk around the parking lot to meet physical activity requirements.
Third-graders run on the new track at Gold Hill Elementary School in Fort Mill on Friday. The track was built with donations after parents decided students should not walk around the parking lot to meet physical activity requirements.
Third-graders run on the new track at Gold Hill Elementary School in Fort Mill on Friday. The track was built with donations after parents decided students should not walk around the parking lot to meet physical activity requirements.

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October 07, 2007 11:43 PM

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