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Waters Jordan, 9, shields himself as his 3-year-old golden retriever, Fusky, shakes water off after retrieving a stick from a pond during a community open house at Episcopal Day School at the 28-acre parcel of land on Flowing Wells Road where the school will build a campus expansion. "We wanted an opportunity for the parents and the kids to see this place as quickly as possible," headmaster Ned Murray said. "Then as we go in to the design process, they have seen it and can share their ideas." Murray said designing and drawing plans will take place over the next year.   JON-MICHAEL SULLIVAN/STAFF
JON-MICHAEL SULLIVAN/STAFF
Waters Jordan, 9, shields himself as his 3-year-old golden retriever, Fusky, shakes water off after retrieving a stick from a pond during a community open house at Episcopal Day School at the 28-acre parcel of land on Flowing Wells Road where the school will build a campus expansion. "We wanted an opportunity for the parents and the kids to see this place as quickly as possible," headmaster Ned Murray said. "Then as we go in to the design process, they have seen it and can share their ideas." Murray said designing and drawing plans will take place over the next year.

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