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Comox Valley school needs votes for outdoor classroom

École Robb Road Elementary School is one of 10 finalists in the national MAJESTA Trees of Knowledge contest, in which voting started this week. Whichever school receives the most votes by May 4 wins a custom outdoor classroom, worth $20,000. Voters can cast their ballots daily and adult voters have a chance to win a $10,000 cash draw. To vote, visit www.majestatreesofknowledge.ca. Robb Road’s outdoor classroom design includes a food garden, a seating area, a native plant garden, a small greenhouse and a shelter.  - ARTIST RENDERING BY MARIANNE ENHORNING
École Robb Road Elementary School is one of 10 finalists in the national MAJESTA Trees of Knowledge contest, in which voting started this week. Whichever school receives the most votes by May 4 wins a custom outdoor classroom, worth $20,000. Voters can cast their ballots daily and adult voters have a chance to win a $10,000 cash draw. To vote, visit www.majestatreesofknowledge.ca. Robb Road’s outdoor classroom design includes a food garden, a seating area, a native plant garden, a small greenhouse and a shelter.
— image credit: ARTIST RENDERING BY MARIANNE ENHORNING
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