(Times Free Press) - Organizers hope for plenty of helping hands and generous pocketbooks to pull off a one-week, $150,000-makeover of Red Bank High School next month.

The project, dubbed "Be a Part of the Pride," is an effort to spruce up the high school's aging campus through community support. Organizers plan a large-scale cleaning, painting and landscaping effort July 21-28.

The revamp is modeled after similar yet more expensive makeover projects at Normal Park Museum Magnet School, where parents and community members spent hundreds of thousands of dollars and countless volunteer hours upgrading the upper and lower school campuses. While some Normal Park families are getting involved, the Red Bank project is relying on business and community support from across the Red Bank area.

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