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Childfirst Network’s new timber frame pavilion will be an outdoor classroom (access required)

The new pavilion made of Douglas fir timber at Rochester Childfirst Network is much more than just an outdoor shelter. With a living roof and the incorporation of a learning garden, the donated structure will also serve as a classroom for the children served by RCN. The timber frame pavilion was raised just before Thanksgiving and was ...

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