Lodi community responds, helps Tokay High with beautification
A few of the 60 students who volunteered to plant flowers and help with a Tokay High School beautification project are seen working Saturday. The school received a variety of donations from Lodi businesses — from soil to plants to money — to help the students beautify the school. (Amanda Dyer/News-Sentinel)
Posted: Sunday, April 6, 2008 10:00 pm
Tokay High School's mold problem damaged the school's buildings
so badly that Lodi Unified officials don't expect the clean up to
be finished until June, nearly a year after the mold was initially
However, the buildings weren't the only thing the mold
destroyed. The much-needed construction at the school damaged
flower beds and other landscaping.
Sunday, April 6, 2008 10:00 pm.