Brian Winslow, employee for the Elizabeth City Electric Company, works the crane to hoist pilings and Curtis Holley guides them into the 9 foot holes that they will be buried in the ground with a height of 15 feet to support Pasquotank County High School's new pressbox on the bleachers, Thursday.

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Brian Winslow, employee for the Elizabeth City Electric Company, works the crane to hoist pilings and Curtis Holley guides them into the 9 foot holes that they will be buried in the ground with a height of 15 feet to support Pasquotank County High School's new pressbox on the bleachers, Thursday.

Work begins on school pressbox

By Reggie Ponder

The Daily Advance

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Work began this week on the long delayed pressbox project at Pasquotank County High School.

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I totally agree with Reader1's comment, I never understood how they built a wonderful up to date school with no press box for the football games or whatever events. This is definitely long overdue.

Thank you!

To Mr. Williams and the School Board, a big Thank You! To the many businesses and people who have donated their time, money and resources, Thank You! It may not mean a lot to most of the people in Elizabeth City and Pasquotank County, but it sure means a lot to the students and staff at Pasquotank County High School. Again, Thank you, Thank you, Thank You!

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