St. James School says thanks

By From page A12 | December 30, 2012

On behalf of the entire St. James School community, we would like to extend our most sincere thanks and appreciation to our local area business sponsors for their financial support at our 24th annual Dinner and Auction: The Buckhorn; C.J. Gregor, DDS; California Vintage Olive Oil Company; DeLuna Jewelers; Deluxe Heating and Air Conditioning Inc.; Dr. Earlyn Noll of Davis Dermatology; Downtown Dental Plaza; Drs. Michael and Jennifer Finerty; El Macero Pharmacy; First Northern Bank; Five Star Bank; Harrison Self Storage; iSeeDavis; Dr. Timothy Mar; Mariani Nut Company; Maria’s Cantina; Mazza Dental Care; Dr. Matthew Molitor, DDS; Rick Carrie of Prime Lending; Mark Wong of RMC Financial Advisors; Sedillo Company; SpeeDee Oil Change and Tune Up; State Farm Insurance — Agents Heather Copeland, Doug Prichard and Dave Scheiber; Suzanne Kimmel of First Street Realtors; and Woodland Aviation/Davis Flight Support.

Countless hours were spent by parent volunteers planning, organizing and creating a memorable event, all in an effort to raise funds for our K-8 school. St. James appreciates how our local community values education and the character development of our youth. The support of these sponsors and all the local business donations we receive make a difference in the experience our students have, and we thank you for saying yes to our school!

We wish all of our supporters and donors a joyful holiday season and prosperous new year!

Darrin Greer

St. James School principal
Larenda Delaini

auction chairperson, Davis

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