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Sale of pavers provides boost Forks High Schools

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Cathy Johnson presents the first check to Quillayute Valley School District Superintendent Diana Reaume from the sale of the brick pavers which are to be placed at the entry of the new entry way to Forks High School. The check was for $2,000 and will be used to help fund the "Bring Back the Music" programs, which is bringing back band and musical instruction to students enrolled in the Quillayute Valley School District.  
Pavers are sold for $40 each by Soroptimist members to anyone who may want their name or family name and/or year of graduation etc. placed on the brick. Proceeds from the sale of the pavers benefits the QVSD Music Program and Soroptimist's many community programs for women and girls.

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