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Foundation completes acquisition of former Havre de Grace Colored School site

Councilman Jason Robertson’s announcement of the closing was greeted with applause from the audience in the council chamber.

“This is just one [of] many steps to see that place come to fruition,” Robertson said.

Council President David Glenn read a note from Cole to the city into the record, which stated that “because of the generosity of the community we realized our goal.”

“Today the property is back in the hands of the community; on behalf of the Colored School Foundation, we thank you for your support, encouragement and for believing that this would and should happen,” Cole wrote. “We hope that we can continue to count on your support as we transition to the next phase, which will be developing the museum and the cultural center.”

Glenn encouraged the administration of Mayor William T. Martin to “continue to support them in any way possible on such a great endeavor.”

Martin emphasized the need, “now more than ever,” for continued financial support to establish the museum and cultural center and open it for the public.

Fundraising drive for Havre de Grace Colored School enters finals days

Eighth-graders will give presentations on “history, culture and heritage,” and there will be a silent auction, T-shirt sales and concessions, Quesenbery said.

The event, which is also meant to celebrate Black History Month, will be from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the school gymnasium. There is no admission fee, but donations to the foundation are “strongly encouraged,” according to the website. The students have a fundraising goal of $2,000.

The foundation is working with the nonprofit Community Projects of Havre de Grace Inc. through the Each One Reach One campaign to raise the money. The campaign was announced in late January, following an 18-month community effort to obtain the building that resulted in an agreement with the owners to sell it to the foundation at a cost of $153,000.

The goal is to create a cultural center and museum in the building at 555 Alliance St. to “remember, promote and preserve the rich history and legacy of the Havre de Grace Colored School,” according to the foundation’s website.

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