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    CCS talks upcoming projects, growth

    by Hilary Andrews, Log Cabin Democrat

    Through donor contributions, Conway Christian School has been able to better its campus for students and parents.

    As a private school, all projects are donor-based, president Jason Carson said.

    “For us to do projects, we have to have families or foundations, business partners, support us,” he said. “We’ve had a lot of that over the last couple years.”

    He said hundreds of thousands of dollars has been given to the school and they’ve been using that to raise up their programs.

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