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St. James News

Caring Center makes $20,000 donation to school for supplies

    The St. James Caring Center has donated $20,000 for the purchase of school supplies to the St. James School District. Last Friday, Caring Center Executive Director Ramona Rinehart presented Superintendent Joy Tucker with the check. It has been the goal for the past several years to provide every student with school supplies.

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Synthetic turf could be put down at football field this week

    Brockmiller Construction is finishing work at the high and middle schoolS as the school year comes to a close. Lloyd Pooker, of Creative Construction Solutions, gave the St. James Board of Education an update on construction during the May 15 regular meeting of the board.

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Graduation now at 8 p.m.

    St. James High School graduation has been reschedule to 8 p.m. on Saturday. The event was pushed back an hour to accommodate students participating in the sectional track meet that day.  

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Custom guitar honors Pujol’s 500th

• Local firm creates instrument to benefit foundation
    Wolfert’s Tool and Machine Co. in St. James has created a special guitar to celebrate Albert Pujols’ 500th career home run. The guitar was presented last week to the Pujols Family Foundation to be auctioned off, with proceeds benefiting children with Down syndrome.

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School lunch costs going up

    During their meeting on May 15, the St. James Board of Education heard from Food Services Manager Linda Webster, who gave an update on new lunch policies the district has been conducting this year. As the state has had stricter policies on healthier lunches, costs for food are rising and Webster acknowledged a seven-cent increase will be needed next year.

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