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A gym-dandy place for teens : Taxpayers make Potter's new $5.8 million gymnasium a reality


Last updated 2/14/2008 at Noon

Potter Junior High School basketball coach Gabriel Gonzalez discuss strategy with his players prior to their game against San Marcos, following the grand opening ceremony for the new gymnasium.

Dr. Janice Schultz, superintendent of Fallbrook Union Elementary School District (FUESD), together with Kent Borsch, president of the board of directors of the Boys & Girls Clubs of North County, presented the district’s new $5.8 million gymnasium/club facility to the community at a special grand opening event February 7.

They thanked taxpayers for supporting the bond measure in 2002 that helped make the structure a reality for local youth.

The bond, which totaled $32 million, addressed numerous needed upgrades to multiple elementary school campuses and equated into an additional proper...

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