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YMCA, Marco charter high school consider partnering

See smaller Donated by Anthony Dallman-Jones, this artwork is valued at $800. Silent auction items helped raise money for a new charter high school on Marco Island during a fundraiser at Hideaway Beach on Saturday.

Photo by CHERYL FERRARA, Special to the Eagle

Donated by Anthony Dallman-Jones, this artwork is valued at $800. Silent auction items helped raise money for a new charter high school on Marco Island during a fundraiser at Hideaway Beach on Saturday.

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  • Board President Jan Watt (left) and Tara Hagan receive roses for their groundwork developing Marco Island Academy at a fundraiser on Saturday at Hideaway Beach.
  • Watt, Love: brokering a partnership. Marco Island Academy Board President Jane Watt (left) and Marco Island Family YMCA Executive Director Cindy Love discuss their partnership to build a charter high school on YMCA property at a kickoff fundraiser on Saturday.
  • Eighth grader Sierra Rose (seated left) attends the Marco Island Academy fundraiser on Saturday with Wendy Rose and friends David and Dawn Vergo (standing).  During the program, Sierra sang 'What a Wonderful World' for attendees.
  • Donated by Anthony Dallman-Jones, this artwork is valued at $800. Silent auction items helped raise money for a new charter high school on Marco Island during a fundraiser at Hideaway Beach on Saturday.
  • William Browning of Terrapin, an environmental consulting and strategic planning firm, speaks about the impact of natural lighting and eco-friendly buildings on students and the community at the Marco Island Academy fundraiser on Saturday.
  • The main entrance to the Greater Marco Family YMCA is flanked by a tree-lined walkway. Quentin Roux/Staff

Marco Island academy may find a home with the Marco YMCA, proponents for the new charter school announce at a fundraiser Saturday in Hideaway Beach.

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