Third-grade cancer survivor’s wish granted: ‘smart’ boards for St. Anthony School
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Local News

Third-grade cancer survivor’s wish granted: ‘smart’ boards for St. Anthony School

RENTON – Third-graders at St. Anthony School enthusiastically welcomed a new addition to their classroom — a huge interactive “smart” board, donated to fulfill the wish of classmate Faith-Maria Nguyen.

Voices

Living in largo: In praise of a slower pace

There is an art and a science to slow living. This summer I’m trying to learn both.

Christina Capecchi

Lifestyle

Packing faith for college

This time of year, many parents are saying goodbye as their children head off to college for the first time. Like our young adults, we are excited about their new adventure. But we also may worry a little — will they eat right, go to all their classes, make good decisions?