The groundbreaking ceremony at New College of Florida Tuesday ended in, well, groundbreaking. From left to right: Peter Hayes, Pat McDonald, Felice Schulaner, Katherine Walstrom, Don O’Shea and John Milton.
The groundbreaking ceremony at New College of Florida Tuesday ended in, well, groundbreaking. From left to right: Peter Hayes, Pat McDonald, Felice Schulaner, Katherine Walstrom, Don O’Shea and John Milton. Hannah Morse Bradenton Herald
The groundbreaking ceremony at New College of Florida Tuesday ended in, well, groundbreaking. From left to right: Peter Hayes, Pat McDonald, Felice Schulaner, Katherine Walstrom, Don O’Shea and John Milton. Hannah Morse Bradenton Herald

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