Sat04192014

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Despite snow days, school set to end May 23

    Due recent snow, St. James students will be making up additional days this spring. So far, extra days have been added to the end of spring break week and district officials still hope to keep the final day of the school year on May 23.

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Ambulance district hosting fun run Saturday

    The St. James Ambulance District will be hosting its Second Annual “Freezin’ for a Reason” 5k walk/run to raise money for the Emergency Service Workers Relief Fund. On Saturday, February 22, participants will meet at the Nelson Hart Park to raise money in honor of firefighter Steve Huffman, to be given to his daughter Myridian to help offset expenses as she finishes high school and begins college. The event was a big success last year and first responders hope to have another big fundraiser.

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Campbell and Gibson reign over St. James courtwarming-PHOTO GALLERY

    John F. Hodge High School seniors Austin Gibson and Emily Campbell were crowned courtwarming king and queen during Friday night’s coronation. The annual crowning event served as basketball homecoming and was a big evening for candidates.  In the end, the two seniors were celebrated by guests and their court and reined over the courtwarming activities throughout the weekend.

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Several St. James leaders to speak on Public Radio KMST

Several St. James civic and business leaders will speak live on Public Radio KMST Feb. 24-28. They include:  Bob Wilson at noon, Feb. 24; Lynn Wilson and Mitch Weatherly at noon, Feb. 25; Dr. Brad Frazier at noon, Feb. 26; Dennis Wilson noon, Thursday Feb. 27; and Butch Tucker at noon, Feb. 28.
These speakers will be giving updates about their area of expertise and are among many area leaders speaking on KMST (88.5 FM Rolla and 96.3 FM Lebanon) during the station’s Spring Membership Drive, Feb. 22 – March 2.

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Dinner at vineyard brings in $600 to help pay for jazz band’s trip to New York City

    Meramec Vineyards played host to the John F. Hodge High School jazz group, who on Saturday entertained guests to raise money for a trip to New York this summer. Throughout the evening, groups performed for visitors and showed their jazz skills during one of many scheduled fundraisers for the trip.

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Kiwanis present scholarships, grants

    The St. James Kiwanis Club recently presented scholarship and non-profit grants to a variety of local individuals and charities. High school graduating seniors received a second installment of scholarships for the spring semester and money was given to local non-profits for 2014.

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