Senator Smith visits St. Charles Borromeo

From staff and wire reports
May 03, 2013 at 11:27 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Student Council representatives Zachary Jaubert (4th grade), Morgan Gunnels (5th grade), Elizabeth Engler (6th grade), Committee Chair Andrea Lambert, Alli Perilloux (8th grade - Secretary), Principal Mary Schmidt, Dylan Hutchins (8th grade) and Senator G
Student Council representatives Zachary Jaubert (4th grade), Morgan Gunnels (5th grade), Elizabeth Engler (6th grade), Committee Chair Andrea Lambert, Alli Perilloux (8th grade - Secretary), Principal Mary Schmidt, Dylan Hutchins (8th grade) and Senator G
One of the goals of the Parent/Community Involvement Committee at St. Charles Borromeo School involved adding signage to Highway 48 (River Road).

With the help of Senator Gary Smith, his staff and the Department of Transportation & Development, signs were installed on both the east and west sides of River Road directing visitors to St. Borromeo.




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