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Each year, a senior is selected from each of Hoover's two high schools, along with an employee of Hoover City Schools. Read more

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  • Hoover climbing center 10-31-18 (10)

    Photo by Jon Anderson

    Hoover climbing center 10-31-18 (10)

    Trace Crossings Elementary School Principal Quincy Collins, at left, and Hoover Mayor Frank Brocato pose for a photo with a second-grade class from Trace Crossings at the grand opening for the 5,000-square-foot Hoover Climbing & Adventure center in the Finley Center at the Hoover Metropolitan Complex in Hoover, Alabama, on Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2018.

  • Hoover climbing center 10-31-18 (3)

    Photo by Jon Anderson

    Hoover climbing center 10-31-18 (3)

    Hoover Mayor Frank Brocato prepares to cut the ribbon at the grand opening for the 5,000-square-foot Hoover Climbing & Adventure center in the Finley Center at the Hoover Metropolitan Complex in Hoover, Alabama, on Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2018. Brocato was joined by a second-grade class from Trace Crossings Elementary School, two City Council members and representatives from the Hoover Area Chamber of Commerce, Hoover Parks and Recreation Board, Hoover Parks and Recreation Department and Sports Facilities Management, which manages the Hoover Metropolitan Complex for the city.

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