The Brooklyn Eagle reports on new classrooms at Plymouth Church School:
Brooklyn Eagle: In a playful homage to the “Fruit Streets” of Plymouth’s neighborhood, the rooms have been named Cranberry, Orange and Pineapple, and their entry doors painted in cheery matching colors. These three “Fruit Rooms” are set to play an important new role for Plymouth Church School as well as the church congregation. The Cranberry Room will house the school’s library, while the central Pineapple Room will double as an art room and meeting space. The Orange Room will serve as a school classroom for both the school’s “Older Threes” as well as Sunday School classes. Additional construction work has been undertaken to create a new lower level restroom and refurbish an existing one.
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