East Fairmont Junior and Senior High School is using a creative way to recycle its old building materials to raise funds.
The school is using wood from the demolition of the old school to make pens. The wood comes from the handrails at the main entrance and the maple flooring.
The school will sell the pens to continue supporting the school.
“It is a part of their alma mater. Part, if not all, of the funds will be expanded as we build some memorabilia of the old campus here on the new campus,” said David Nuzum, EFJHS Principal.
The school will also be selling bricks to alumni.