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Posted: Sunday, December 9, 2012 10:15 pm | Updated: 12:08 am, Mon Dec 10, 2012.

Reynolds Home Field Advantage Inc. faces a daunting task in a sluggish economy to raise $6 million to $7 million to build a stadium on Northwest Boulevard for Reynolds High School, two fundraising experts say.

“It is a tough environment for raising money,” said Michelle Cook, Winston-Salem State University’s vice chancellor for advancement, when asked about the group’s goal. Cook is also executive director of WSSU Foundation Inc., which raises money from private donors.

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