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Eatonville Gym — Then and Now

Submitted by on May 30, 2011 – 3:17 pm10 Comments

State of the art gym ca. 1915

State of the art gym ca. 1915

Eatonville High School has always had a great gym. Back in 1915 the Eatonville had a gym that was second to none.

You could find:
• An inside track around the balcony seats
• A boxing ring
• A swimming pool — 36′ by 18′
• All the latest equipment — rings, climbing ropes and more.

In the 2009, Eatonville remodeled the high school and the gym got another facelift.

Here are just a few “then” and “now” shots.

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Weight Room, 2011

Weight Room, 2011












5th Grade Boys using the gym in ca. 1915

5th Grade Boys using the gym in ca. 1915










Gym, 2011

Gym, 2011




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