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NAVAJO SANTA AWARDS RED MESA HIGH SCHOOL $5,000
TO FUND TEXT AND LIBRARY BOOKS
December 6, 2010

MONUMENT VALLEY, UT. — Navajo Santa, committed to helping the education system prepare children of the reservation for the future, awarded Red Mesa High School with a $5,000 check for text and library books as well a gift of two sets of wood working tools each valued at $1,000.

This Education Initiative part of the Navajo Santa Goes to School program began in 2008 to award a pre-selected high school funding for a project or projects that have merit. This award is available up to $5,000 and can be used for one or more projects that are deemed relevant to the schools mission. In past years Navajo Santa awarded Whitehorse High School $4,186.72 and Monument Valley High School $5,000.

On hand to receive the award were Red Mesa High School biology teacher Doug Davis and wood working teacher Lee Begay.

Congratulations Red Mesa High School!

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Navajo Santa board members Kenneth Maryboy and Giles Wallace present check to Red Mesa High School teachers Doug Davis and Lee Begay.
 
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