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  • Method Day means coming together for a 'big family reunion'

    Graduates and friends of the former Berry O'Kelly Training School, one of the first African-American high schools in NC, get together every year for Historic Method Day at Method Community Park in Raleigh. The area, which was designated a historic site, will be largely unscathed from the widening of the Beltline.

Graduates and friends of the former Berry O'Kelly Training School, one of the first African-American high schools in NC, get together every year for Historic Method Day at Method Community Park in Raleigh. The area, which was designated a historic site, will be largely unscathed from the widening of the Beltline. Ethan Hyman ehyman@newsobserver.com
Graduates and friends of the former Berry O'Kelly Training School, one of the first African-American high schools in NC, get together every year for Historic Method Day at Method Community Park in Raleigh. The area, which was designated a historic site, will be largely unscathed from the widening of the Beltline. Ethan Hyman ehyman@newsobserver.com

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