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Jandu "Pride Pump" helps Sevastopol newspaper

Sevastopol Elementary School has brought back their newspaper and they’re getting a big help from the Jandu Petroleum “Pride Pump.” It had been about 10 years since the last elementary school paper was sent out before the start of this school year. The staff wanted to help get the students excited about writing again so it got started again. Now the paper is receiving a $464.46 donation from Jandu Petroleum through the Sevastopol “Pride Pump.” Fifth-grade teacher Stephanie Ayer and second-grade teacher Brooke Tanck are the leaders of the elementary newspaper. Tanck explains how this donation will help.

 

 

Two cents out of every dollar of gas spent at the “Pride Pumps” at the Jandu Petroleum stations in Sturgeon Bay and Carlsville get donated to an organization at Sevastopol each month.

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