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Anyone out there interested in this Archive thing? I know scouts to Eagle projects, but I’m not sure if something like this qualifies.

It’s a much bigger job than one person could ever do so it seems like someone at the school is going to have to take the lead on, maybe, the various sports. Maybe coordinate the who and the when at least. It would be a shame to do all of the work and find out someone else had done the same thing.

Volunteers feel free to chime in. Reply to this blog, email me – whatever. It’s a gigantic project, but I think computers will make it manageable. Could be pretty cool –the bog book of Granville sports…

As I’ve said before this would be extremely useful for someone in my line of work but looking forward I think it would be pretty cool for someone in another 100 years to be able to pick up a computer and find out what the football team did in 1929.

Some coaches have done some of the work already. Coaches (athletic director Mike) Macura and the late Ken Burch have done much of the football already, but that work would have to be transferred to another format in the computer.

Microsoft Word, I’m thinking?


Anywho….something to consider – would this be considered community service by the school to meet class requirements?



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