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St. James Catholic School Celebrates Jordan Primeau Day

March 8, 2006 - Jordan Primeau is a Junior Kindergarten student at the school who is bravely undergoing treatment at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto for leukemia. With that in mind the St. James School Community (students, staff and parents) are planning several activities to help the Primeau family both spiritually and financially.

This special day for Jordan will see the launch of several fundraising activities. The St. James Student Council has planned a Bear Day where all students are asked to join in the school spirit of generosity by bringing a teddy bear to school as a symbol of caring. The Student Council is asking for voluntary donations on this special theme day and all monies collected will be forwarded to the Primeau family. All classes will be writing cards, get well notes, poems, letters and other caring gestures that can be packaged and forwarded on to Jordan.

Any donations to the Jordan Primeau Fund are gladly accepted and can
be dropped off at St. James Catholic School, 280 Anderson Drive in Lively.



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