Earl Gentry, 14 (blue jacket) and Henry Lopez, 11, trade Pokemon cards while Earl's mother, Emily Gentry, checks over his homework assignment, background left, at Watson’s Flea Market in Southeast Raleigh in this 2000 file photo. The Wake County school system and the YMCA of the Triangle plan to build a joint elementary school and Y facility at the former flea market.
Earl Gentry, 14 (blue jacket) and Henry Lopez, 11, trade Pokemon cards while Earl's mother, Emily Gentry, checks over his homework assignment, background left, at Watson’s Flea Market in Southeast Raleigh in this 2000 file photo. The Wake County school system and the YMCA of the Triangle plan to build a joint elementary school and Y facility at the former flea market. News & Observer file photo News & Observer file photo
Earl Gentry, 14 (blue jacket) and Henry Lopez, 11, trade Pokemon cards while Earl's mother, Emily Gentry, checks over his homework assignment, background left, at Watson’s Flea Market in Southeast Raleigh in this 2000 file photo. The Wake County school system and the YMCA of the Triangle plan to build a joint elementary school and Y facility at the former flea market. News & Observer file photo News & Observer file photo

Plans for Wake County school/YMCA facility move forward

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