SJHS Library update
Jan 30, 2013 | 1588 views | 0 0 comments | 13 13 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Some amazing proprietors from Grand County have stepped up to help San Juan High School rebuild its library collection after a fire destroyed the high school library in November.  Andy Nettle of Back of Beyond Books and of Kerry Lang of Desert West Office Supply made a few inquiries and purchased the entire wishlist for the school.  The donation consisted of both fiction and non-fiction, including books that will be a great start to replacing the San Juan Special Collection and Native American Special Collection that were destroyed in the fire. Pictured are Nettle, Lang and librarian Jeanna Grover.  Courtesy photo
Some amazing proprietors from Grand County have stepped up to help San Juan High School rebuild its library collection after a fire destroyed the high school library in November.  Andy Nettle of Back of Beyond Books and of Kerry Lang of Desert West Office Supply made a few inquiries and purchased the entire wishlist for the school.  The donation consisted of both fiction and non-fiction, including books that will be a great start to replacing the San Juan Special Collection and Native American Special Collection that were destroyed in the fire. Pictured are Nettle, Lang and librarian Jeanna Grover. Courtesy photo
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They may be the Grand County Devils, but they are angels to San Juan High School.  The school offers a HUGE thank you to the Grand students and faculty who held an amazing fundraiser to help San Juan High School.  Grand High’s student body president was on hand at a recent basketball game to deliver a check to San Juan student body president Erin Hurst.  The donation is greatly appreciated and will be put to good use when rebuilding the library destroyed during a fire in November.  Courtesy photo
They may be the Grand County Devils, but they are angels to San Juan High School. The school offers a HUGE thank you to the Grand students and faculty who held an amazing fundraiser to help San Juan High School.  Grand High’s student body president was on hand at a recent basketball game to deliver a check to San Juan student body president Erin Hurst.  The donation is greatly appreciated and will be put to good use when rebuilding the library destroyed during a fire in November. Courtesy photo
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Crews are making progress on rebuilding the San Juan High School library, including a new ceiling.  Courtesy photo
Crews are making progress on rebuilding the San Juan High School library, including a new ceiling. Courtesy photo
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Generous donations continue to come in and work progresses on the new library at San Juan High School.
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