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anonymous donor pays off ohio students' lunch debts


port clinton, ohio — school officials say an anonymous donor has paid off the lunch debts of more than 150 students in an ohio city in honor of a retired cafeteria worker who died in january.the port clinton news-herald reports (http://ohne.ws/2lo9nui ) the more than $500 donation helped pay off the lunch debts of every port clinton city schools student, from kindergarten to 12th grade.the donation was made during the school's "random acts of kindness week" in february. the newspaper reports the gesture was made in memory of the person's favorite "lunch lady," ruth vogt.vogt worked at the high school cafeteria for 20 years before she retired in 1998.the numbers are still being crunched so that the donation is distributed across each of the unpaid account balances.






mystery donor pays off students' lunch debts


after a busy breakfast, susan scott and tracy skoufos prepare for school lunch at bataan memorial on thursday.(photo: jon stinchcomb/news herald) 1286 connect 1 linkedinemailmoreport clinton, ohio — an anonymous donor paid off the school lunch debts of every port clinton student, from kindergarten to 12th grade, during “random acts of kindness week” last month.according to school officials, the donation was more than $500, helping to pay off the lunch debts of 158 students.while the donor wishes to remain anonymous, the gesture was made in memory of the person’s favorite retired “lunch lady,” ruth vogt, who died in late january.vogt worked at the port clinton high school cafeteria for 20 years before retiring in 1998.ruth vogt (photo: submitted)her daughter, martha vogt snyder, a teacher a






mystery donor pays off students' lunch debts


after a busy breakfast, susan scott and tracy skoufos prepare for school lunch at bataan memorial on thursday.(photo: jon stinchcomb/news herald) 1294 connect 1 linkedinemailmoreport clinton, ohio — an anonymous donor paid off the school lunch debts of every port clinton student, from kindergarten to 12th grade, during “random acts of kindness week” last month.according to school officials, the donation was more than $500, helping to pay off the lunch debts of 158 students.while the donor wishes to remain anonymous, the gesture was made in memory of the person’s favorite retired “lunch lady,” ruth vogt, who died in late january.vogt worked at the port clinton high school cafeteria for 20 years before retiring in 1998.ruth vogt (photo: submitted)her daughter, martha vogt snyder, a teacher a






mystery donor pays off students' lunch debts


after a busy breakfast, susan scott and tracy skoufos prepare for school lunch at bataan memorial on thursday.(photo: jon stinchcomb/news herald) 1294 connect 1 linkedinemailmoreport clinton, ohio — an anonymous donor paid off the school lunch debts of every port clinton student, from kindergarten to 12th grade, during “random acts of kindness week” last month.according to school officials, the donation was more than $500, helping to pay off the lunch debts of 158 students.while the donor wishes to remain anonymous, the gesture was made in memory of the person’s favorite retired “lunch lady,” ruth vogt, who died in late january.vogt worked at the port clinton high school cafeteria for 20 years before retiring in 1998.ruth vogt (photo: submitted)her daughter, martha vogt snyder, a teacher a






mystery donor pays off students' lunch debts


after a busy breakfast, susan scott and tracy skoufos prepare for school lunch at bataan memorial on thursday.(photo: jon stinchcomb/news herald) 1292 connect 1 linkedinemailmoreport clinton, ohio — an anonymous donor paid off the school lunch debts of every port clinton student, from kindergarten to 12th grade, during “random acts of kindness week” last month.according to school officials, the donation was more than $500, helping to pay off the lunch debts of 158 students.while the donor wishes to remain anonymous, the gesture was made in memory of the person’s favorite retired “lunch lady,” ruth vogt, who died in late january.vogt worked at the port clinton high school cafeteria for 20 years before retiring in 1998.ruth vogt (photo: submitted)her daughter, martha vogt snyder, a teacher a






mystery donor pays off students' lunch debts


after a busy breakfast, susan scott and tracy skoufos prepare for school lunch at bataan memorial on thursday.(photo: jon stinchcomb/news herald) 1291 connect 1 linkedinemailmoreport clinton, ohio — an anonymous donor paid off the school lunch debts of every port clinton student, from kindergarten to 12th grade, during “random acts of kindness week” last month.according to school officials, the donation was more than $500, helping to pay off the lunch debts of 158 students.while the donor wishes to remain anonymous, the gesture was made in memory of the person’s favorite retired “lunch lady,” ruth vogt, who died in late january.vogt worked at the port clinton high school cafeteria for 20 years before retiring in 1998.ruth vogt (photo: submitted)her daughter, martha vogt snyder, a teacher a






mystery donor pays off students' lunch debts


after a busy breakfast, susan scott and tracy skoufos prepare for school lunch at bataan memorial on thursday.(photo: jon stinchcomb/news herald) 1289 connect 1 linkedinemailmoreport clinton, ohio — an anonymous donor paid off the school lunch debts of every port clinton student, from kindergarten to 12th grade, during “random acts of kindness week” last month.according to school officials, the donation was more than $500, helping to pay off the lunch debts of 158 students.while the donor wishes to remain anonymous, the gesture was made in memory of the person’s favorite retired “lunch lady,” ruth vogt, who died in late january.vogt worked at the port clinton high school cafeteria for 20 years before retiring in 1998.ruth vogt (photo: submitted)her daughter, martha vogt snyder, a teacher a






mystery donor pays off students' lunch debts


after a busy breakfast, susan scott and tracy skoufos prepare for school lunch at bataan memorial on thursday.(photo: jon stinchcomb/news herald) 1235 connect 1 linkedinemailmoreport clinton, ohio — an anonymous donor paid off the school lunch debts of every port clinton student, from kindergarten to 12th grade, during “random acts of kindness week” last month.according to school officials, the donation was more than $500, helping to pay off the lunch debts of 158 students.while the donor wishes to remain anonymous, the gesture was made in memory of the person’s favorite retired “lunch lady,” ruth vogt, who died in late january.vogt worked at the port clinton high school cafeteria for 20 years before retiring in 1998.ruth vogt (photo: submitted)her daughter, martha vogt snyder, a teacher a






mystery donor pays off students' lunch debts


after a busy breakfast, susan scott and tracy skoufos prepare for school lunch at bataan memorial on thursday.(photo: jon stinchcomb/news herald) 1276 connect 1 linkedinemailmoreport clinton, ohio — an anonymous donor paid off the school lunch debts of every port clinton student, from kindergarten to 12th grade, during “random acts of kindness week” last month.according to school officials, the donation was more than $500, helping to pay off the lunch debts of 158 students.while the donor wishes to remain anonymous, the gesture was made in memory of the person’s favorite retired “lunch lady,” ruth vogt, who died in late january.vogt worked at the port clinton high school cafeteria for 20 years before retiring in 1998.ruth vogt (photo: submitted)her daughter, martha vogt snyder, a teacher a






mystery donor pays off students' lunch debts


after a busy breakfast, susan scott and tracy skoufos prepare for school lunch at bataan memorial on thursday.(photo: jon stinchcomb/news herald) 1297 connect 1 linkedinemailmoreport clinton, ohio — an anonymous donor paid off the school lunch debts of every port clinton student, from kindergarten to 12th grade, during “random acts of kindness week” last month.according to school officials, the donation was more than $500, helping to pay off the lunch debts of 158 students.while the donor wishes to remain anonymous, the gesture was made in memory of the person’s favorite retired “lunch lady,” ruth vogt, who died in late january.vogt worked at the port clinton high school cafeteria for 20 years before retiring in 1998.ruth vogt (photo: submitted)her daughter, martha vogt snyder, a teacher a






mystery donor pays off students' lunch debts


after a busy breakfast, susan scott and tracy skoufos prepare for school lunch at bataan memorial on thursday.(photo: jon stinchcomb/news herald) 1301 connect 1 linkedinemailmoreport clinton, ohio — an anonymous donor paid off the school lunch debts of every port clinton student, from kindergarten to 12th grade, during “random acts of kindness week” last month.according to school officials, the donation was more than $500, helping to pay off the lunch debts of 158 students.while the donor wishes to remain anonymous, the gesture was made in memory of the person’s favorite retired “lunch lady,” ruth vogt, who died in late january.vogt worked at the port clinton high school cafeteria for 20 years before retiring in 1998.ruth vogt (photo: submitted)her daughter, martha vogt snyder, a teacher a






mystery donor pays off students' lunch debts


after a busy breakfast, susan scott and tracy skoufos prepare for school lunch at bataan memorial on thursday.(photo: jon stinchcomb/news herald) 1305 connect 1 linkedinemailmoreport clinton, ohio — an anonymous donor paid off the school lunch debts of every port clinton student, from kindergarten to 12th grade, during “random acts of kindness week” last month.according to school officials, the donation was more than $500, helping to pay off the lunch debts of 158 students.while the donor wishes to remain anonymous, the gesture was made in memory of the person’s favorite retired “lunch lady,” ruth vogt, who died in late january.vogt worked at the port clinton high school cafeteria for 20 years before retiring in 1998.ruth vogt (photo: submitted)her daughter, martha vogt snyder, a teacher a






mystery donor pays off students' lunch debts


after a busy breakfast, susan scott and tracy skoufos prepare for school lunch at bataan memorial on thursday.(photo: jon stinchcomb/news herald) 1317 connect 1 linkedinemailmoreport clinton, ohio — an anonymous donor paid off the school lunch debts of every port clinton student, from kindergarten to 12th grade, during “random acts of kindness week” last month.according to school officials, the donation was more than $500, helping to pay off the lunch debts of 158 students.while the donor wishes to remain anonymous, the gesture was made in memory of the person’s favorite retired “lunch lady,” ruth vogt, who died in late january.vogt worked at the port clinton high school cafeteria for 20 years before retiring in 1998.ruth vogt (photo: submitted)her daughter, martha vogt snyder, a teacher a






mystery donor pays off students' lunch debts


after a busy breakfast, susan scott and tracy skoufos prepare for school lunch at bataan memorial on thursday.(photo: jon stinchcomb/news herald) 1326 connect 1 linkedinemailmoreport clinton, ohio — an anonymous donor paid off the school lunch debts of every port clinton student, from kindergarten to 12th grade, during “random acts of kindness week” last month.according to school officials, the donation was more than $500, helping to pay off the lunch debts of 158 students.while the donor wishes to remain anonymous, the gesture was made in memory of the person’s favorite retired “lunch lady,” ruth vogt, who died in late january.vogt worked at the port clinton high school cafeteria for 20 years before retiring in 1998.ruth vogt (photo: submitted)her daughter, martha vogt snyder, a teacher a






mystery donor pays off students' lunch debts


after a busy breakfast, susan scott and tracy skoufos prepare for school lunch at bataan memorial on thursday.(photo: jon stinchcomb/news herald) 1334 connect 1 linkedinemailmoreport clinton, ohio — an anonymous donor paid off the school lunch debts of every port clinton student, from kindergarten to 12th grade, during “random acts of kindness week” last month.according to school officials, the donation was more than $500, helping to pay off the lunch debts of 158 students.while the donor wishes to remain anonymous, the gesture was made in memory of the person’s favorite retired “lunch lady,” ruth vogt, who died in late january.vogt worked at the port clinton high school cafeteria for 20 years before retiring in 1998.ruth vogt (photo: submitted)her daughter, martha vogt snyder, a teacher a






mystery donor pays off students' lunch debts


after a busy breakfast, susan scott and tracy skoufos prepare for school lunch at bataan memorial on thursday.(photo: jon stinchcomb/news herald) 1343 connect 1 linkedinemailmoreport clinton, ohio — an anonymous donor paid off the school lunch debts of every port clinton student, from kindergarten to 12th grade, during “random acts of kindness week” last month.according to school officials, the donation was more than $500, helping to pay off the lunch debts of 158 students.while the donor wishes to remain anonymous, the gesture was made in memory of the person’s favorite retired “lunch lady,” ruth vogt, who died in late january.vogt worked at the port clinton high school cafeteria for 20 years before retiring in 1998.ruth vogt (photo: submitted)her daughter, martha vogt snyder, a teacher a






mystery donor pays off students' lunch debts


after a busy breakfast, susan scott and tracy skoufos prepare for school lunch at bataan memorial on thursday.(photo: jon stinchcomb/news herald) 1222 connect 1 linkedinemailmoreport clinton, ohio — an anonymous donor paid off the school lunch debts of every port clinton student, from kindergarten to 12th grade, during “random acts of kindness week” last month.according to school officials, the donation was more than $500, helping to pay off the lunch debts of 158 students.while the donor wishes to remain anonymous, the gesture was made in memory of the person’s favorite retired “lunch lady,” ruth vogt, who died in late january.vogt worked at the port clinton high school cafeteria for 20 years before retiring in 1998.ruth vogt (photo: submitted)her daughter, martha vogt snyder, a teacher a






mystery donor pays off students' lunch debts


after a busy breakfast, susan scott and tracy skoufos prepare for school lunch at bataan memorial on thursday.(photo: jon stinchcomb/news herald) 1344 connect 1 linkedinemailmoreport clinton, ohio — an anonymous donor paid off the school lunch debts of every port clinton student, from kindergarten to 12th grade, during “random acts of kindness week” last month.according to school officials, the donation was more than $500, helping to pay off the lunch debts of 158 students.while the donor wishes to remain anonymous, the gesture was made in memory of the person’s favorite retired “lunch lady,” ruth vogt, who died in late january.vogt worked at the port clinton high school cafeteria for 20 years before retiring in 1998.ruth vogt (photo: submitted)her daughter, martha vogt snyder, a teacher a






mystery donor pays off students' lunch debts


after a busy breakfast, susan scott and tracy skoufos prepare for school lunch at bataan memorial on thursday.(photo: jon stinchcomb/news herald) 1261 connect 1 linkedinemailmoreport clinton, ohio — an anonymous donor paid off the school lunch debts of every port clinton student, from kindergarten to 12th grade, during “random acts of kindness week” last month.according to school officials, the donation was more than $500, helping to pay off the lunch debts of 158 students.while the donor wishes to remain anonymous, the gesture was made in memory of the person’s favorite retired “lunch lady,” ruth vogt, who died in late january.vogt worked at the port clinton high school cafeteria for 20 years before retiring in 1998.ruth vogt (photo: submitted)her daughter, martha vogt snyder, a teacher a






anonymous donor pays off ohio students’ lunch debts


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no free lunch: donors come forward to erase students' debts


ashley c. ford felt driven to act by a sad fact of life in the nation's school cafeterias: kids with unpaid lunch accounts are often embarr ed with a substitute meal of a cold cheese sandwich and a carton of milk.ford, a new york city writer, appealed to her 66,000 twitter followers with a solution. "a cool thing you can do today is try to find out which of your local schools have kids with overdue lunch accounts and pay them off."in the nearly two months since, people around the country have been inspired to donate thousands of dollars to erase debts owed by parents that can follow kids throughout their school careers.in minnesota, an online fundraising effort has paid almost $100,000 in lunch debt in minneapolis schools and $28,000 in st. paul's. donors, mostly anonymous, erased $6,000 i






no free lunch: donors come forward to erase students' debts


ashley c. ford felt driven to act by a sad fact of life in the nation's school cafeterias: kids with unpaid lunch accounts are often embarr ed with a substitute meal of a cold cheese sandwich and a carton of milk.ford, a new york city writer, appealed to her 66,000 twitter followers with a solution. "a cool thing you can do today is try to find out which of your local schools have kids with overdue lunch accounts and pay them off."in the nearly two months since, people around the country have been inspired to donate thousands of dollars to erase debts owed by parents that can follow kids throughout their school careers.in minnesota, an online fundraising effort has paid almost $100,000 in lunch debt in minneapolis schools and $28,000 in st. paul's. donors, mostly anonymous, erased $6,000 i






donors come forward to erase students’ debts – the denver post


by mary esch,the ociated pressashley c. ford felt driven to act by a sad fact of life in the nation’s school cafeterias: kids with unpaid lunch accounts are often embarr ed with a substitute meal of a cold cheese sandwich and a carton of milk.ford, a new york city writer, appealed to her 66,000 twitter followers with a solution. “a cool thing you can do today is try to find out which of your local schools have kids with overdue lunch accounts and pay them off.”in the nearly two months since, people around the country have been inspired to donate thousands of dollars to erase debts owed by parents that can follow kids throughout their school careers.in minnesota, an online fundraising effort has paid almost $100,000 in lunch debt in minneapolis schools and $28,000 in st. paul’s. donors, mos






donors come forward nationwide to erase school lunch debts


ashley c. ford felt driven to act by a sad fact of life in the nation’s school cafeterias: kids with unpaid lunch accounts are often embarr ed with a substitute meal of a cold cheese sandwich and a carton of milk.ford, a new york city writer, appealed to her 66,000 twitter followers with a solution. “a cool thing you can do today is try to find out which of your local schools have kids with overdue lunch accounts and pay them off.”in the nearly two months since, people around the country have been inspired to donate thousands of dollars to erase debts owed by parents that can follow kids throughout their school careers.in minnesota, an online fundraising effort has paid almost $100,000 in lunch debt in minneapolis schools and $28,000 in st. paul’s. donors, mostly anonymous, erased $6,000 i






donors unite nationwide to pay off kids' school lunch debt


ashley c. ford felt driven to act by a sad fact of life in the nation’s school cafeterias: kids with unpaid lunch accounts are often embarr ed with a substitute meal of a cold cheese sandwich and a carton of milk.ford, a new york city writer, appealed to her 66,000 twitter followers with a solution. “a cool thing you can do today is try to find out which of your local schools have kids with overdue lunch accounts and pay them off.”writer ashley c. ford ashleycford.net in the nearly two months since, people around the country have been inspired to donate thousands of dollars to erase debts owed by parents that can follow kids throughout their school careers.in minnesota, an online fundraising effort has paid almost $100,000 in lunch debt in minneapolis schools and $28,000 in st. paul’s. don






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new york (ap) — less than a week after president donald trump publicly attacked journalists for using anonymous sources in stories about his administration, it appears the president become one himself on tuesday — at least briefly.three television anchors, shortly after attending from a white house lunch meeting with the president, emerged to report news on the president’s belief that the time may be right for immigration reform. fox news channel’s bret baier, and cnn’s wolf blitzer and jake tapper, attributed the news to a “senior administration official.” abc’s george stephanopoulos, in a tweet, sourced it to a “wh official.”after being asked about the apparent contradiction, white house press secretary sean spicer said in an email that “the president’s comments on that subject are on th






anonymous donor spends $13,250 to pay lunch debts for 148 students


closeskip in skipxembedxshare an anonymous donor paid off lunch debts for 148 elementary school students. humankindan anonymous donor paid off lunch balances for students whose accounts were in the red by $10 or more.(p o: the des moines register)johnston, iowa -- an anonymous donor has paid off lunch debts for 148 johnston elementary school students whose accounts were in the red by $10 or more.the donation, totaling $13,250, was made jan. 9. it benefited students in kindergarten through fifth grade in all five johnston elementary schools, said laura sprague, director of communications."this donation is quite critical for families who need some extra help," she said. " ... when the belly is full, the kids can have a much better day. and for some students who may be in a food insecure situ






anonymous donor spends $13,250 to pay lunch debts for 148 students


closeskip in skipxembedxshare an anonymous donor paid off lunch debts for 148 elementary school students. humankindan anonymous donor paid off lunch balances for students whose accounts were in the red by $10 or more.(p o: the des moines register)johnston, iowa -- an anonymous donor has paid off lunch debts for 148 johnston elementary school students whose accounts were in the red by $10 or more.the donation, totaling $13,250, was made jan. 9. it benefited students in kindergarten through fifth grade in all five johnston elementary schools, said laura sprague, director of communications."this donation is quite critical for families who need some extra help," she said. " ... when the belly is full, the kids can have a much better day. and for some students who may be in a food insecure situ






anonymous donor spends $13,250 to pay lunch debts for 148 students


closeskip in skipxembedxshare an anonymous donor paid off lunch debts for 148 elementary school students. humankindan anonymous donor paid off lunch balances for students whose accounts were in the red by $10 or more.(p o: the des moines register)johnston, iowa -- an anonymous donor has paid off lunch debts for 148 johnston elementary school students whose accounts were in the red by $10 or more.the donation, totaling $13,250, was made jan. 9. it benefited students in kindergarten through fifth grade in all five johnston elementary schools, said laura sprague, director of communications."this donation is quite critical for families who need some extra help," she said. " ... when the belly is full, the kids can have a much better day. and for some students who may be in a food insecure situ






anonymous donor spends $13,250 to pay lunch debts for 148 students


closeskip in skipxembedxshare an anonymous donor paid off lunch debts for 148 elementary school students. humankindan anonymous donor paid off lunch balances for students whose accounts were in the red by $10 or more.(p o: the des moines register)johnston, iowa -- an anonymous donor has paid off lunch debts for 148 johnston elementary school students whose accounts were in the red by $10 or more.the donation, totaling $13,250, was made jan. 9. it benefited students in kindergarten through fifth grade in all five johnston elementary schools, said laura sprague, director of communications."this donation is quite critical for families who need some extra help," she said. " ... when the belly is full, the kids can have a much better day. and for some students who may be in a food insecure situ






anonymous donor spends $13,250 to pay lunch debts for 148 students


closeskip in skipxembedxshare an anonymous donor paid off lunch debts for 148 elementary school students. humankindan anonymous donor paid off lunch balances for students whose accounts were in the red by $10 or more.(p o: the des moines register)johnston, iowa -- an anonymous donor has paid off lunch debts for 148 johnston elementary school students whose accounts were in the red by $10 or more.the donation, totaling $13,250, was made jan. 9. it benefited students in kindergarten through fifth grade in all five johnston elementary schools, said laura sprague, director of communications."this donation is quite critical for families who need some extra help," she said. " ... when the belly is full, the kids can have a much better day. and for some students who may be in a food insecure situ






anonymous donor spends $13,250 to pay lunch debts for 148 students


closeskip in skipxembedxshare an anonymous donor paid off lunch debts for 148 elementary school students. humankindan anonymous donor paid off lunch balances for students whose accounts were in the red by $10 or more.(p o: the des moines register)johnston, iowa -- an anonymous donor has paid off lunch debts for 148 johnston elementary school students whose accounts were in the red by $10 or more.the donation, totaling $13,250, was made jan. 9. it benefited students in kindergarten through fifth grade in all five johnston elementary schools, said laura sprague, director of communications."this donation is quite critical for families who need some extra help," she said. " ... when the belly is full, the kids can have a much better day. and for some students who may be in a food insecure situ






anonymous donor spends $13,250 to pay lunch debts for 148 students


closeskip in skipxembedxshare an anonymous donor paid off lunch debts for 148 elementary school students. humankindan anonymous donor paid off lunch balances for students whose accounts were in the red by $10 or more.(p o: the des moines register)johnston, iowa -- an anonymous donor has paid off lunch debts for 148 johnston elementary school students whose accounts were in the red by $10 or more.the donation, totaling $13,250, was made jan. 9. it benefited students in kindergarten through fifth grade in all five johnston elementary schools, said laura sprague, director of communications."this donation is quite critical for families who need some extra help," she said. " ... when the belly is full, the kids can have a much better day. and for some students who may be in a food insecure situ






anonymous donor spends $13,250 to pay lunch debts for 148 students


closeskip in skipxembedxshare an anonymous donor paid off lunch debts for 148 elementary school students. humankindan anonymous donor paid off lunch balances for students whose accounts were in the red by $10 or more.(p o: the des moines register)johnston, iowa -- an anonymous donor has paid off lunch debts for 148 johnston elementary school students whose accounts were in the red by $10 or more.the donation, totaling $13,250, was made jan. 9. it benefited students in kindergarten through fifth grade in all five johnston elementary schools, said laura sprague, director of communications."this donation is quite critical for families who need some extra help," she said. " ... when the belly is full, the kids can have a much better day. and for some students who may be in a food insecure situ






anonymous donor spends $13,250 to pay lunch debts for 148 students


closeskip in skipxembedxshare an anonymous donor paid off lunch debts for 148 elementary school students. humankindan anonymous donor paid off lunch balances for students whose accounts were in the red by $10 or more.(p o: the des moines register)johnston, iowa -- an anonymous donor has paid off lunch debts for 148 johnston elementary school students whose accounts were in the red by $10 or more.the donation, totaling $13,250, was made jan. 9. it benefited students in kindergarten through fifth grade in all five johnston elementary schools, said laura sprague, director of communications."this donation is quite critical for families who need some extra help," she said. " ... when the belly is full, the kids can have a much better day. and for some students who may be in a food insecure situ






anonymous donor spends $13,250 to pay lunch debts for 148 students


closeskip in skipxembedxshare an anonymous donor paid off lunch debts for 148 elementary school students. humankindan anonymous donor paid off lunch balances for students whose accounts were in the red by $10 or more.(p o: the des moines register)johnston, iowa -- an anonymous donor has paid off lunch debts for 148 johnston elementary school students whose accounts were in the red by $10 or more.the donation, totaling $13,250, was made jan. 9. it benefited students in kindergarten through fifth grade in all five johnston elementary schools, said laura sprague, director of communications."this donation is quite critical for families who need some extra help," she said. " ... when the belly is full, the kids can have a much better day. and for some students who may be in a food insecure situ






anonymous donor spends $13,250 to pay lunch debts for 148 students


closeskip in skipxembedxshare an anonymous donor paid off lunch debts for 148 elementary school students. humankindan anonymous donor paid off lunch balances for students whose accounts were in the red by $10 or more.(p o: the des moines register) 3353 connectlinkedinemailmorejohnston, iowa -- an anonymous donor has paid off lunch debts for 148 johnston elementary school students whose accounts were in the red by $10 or more.the donation, totaling $13,250, was made jan. 9. it benefited students in kindergarten through fifth grade in all five johnston elementary schools, said laura sprague, director of communications."this donation is quite critical for families who need some extra help," she said. " ... when the belly is full, the kids can have a much better day. and for some students who 






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shep smith asked a series of questions about president trump’s ties with russia in a monday segment, pointing to the ongoing scandal within the administration. smith touched on whether the federal government should appoint a special prosecutor to investigate the matter; however, some republicans, including rep. devin nunes (r-ca) are asking, “for what?”“the leaks are not the news,” said smith, “the substance is the news. president trump has already cracked down on those leaks, and last week said news outlets should not be allowed to use anonymous sources.” he pointed out the hypocrisy of such a request, noting, “still, officials in president trump’s own white house regularly ask to remain anonymous when speaking to fox news and others.”“in other words, while saying reporters should stop us






andy sandness: face transplant for man who tried to take his own life


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school lunch food supermarket


school lunch supermarket food is here for kids that love making school lunch food & shop for food in the supermarket & school cafeteria for lunch. shop for all kinds of food at every school in town. grab snacks, drinks, desserts, sandwiches, fruit, milk, candy bars, and more. check out at the register with your credit card, and hand the cashier your items to check out. just like a real cashier at the supermarket. check out at the school cafeteria with your yummy and delicious lunch. grab your sandwich, drink, chips, and dessert and give it to the lady to check out. also make your very own school lunch food in school lunch food maker mini-game. make a tray full of sandwiches, pasta, yummy and delicious muffins, donuts, chocolate bars, and more. add some drinks, then put some stic






u.s. defense secretary orders review of f-35 joint strike fighter program


taming two of president donald trump’s pet peeves in one move, the pentagon has ordered military leaders to find ways to drive down the costs of both the maligned joint strike fighter and proposed replacement jetliners for the air force one program.announced friday but issued on thursday by new secretary of defense james mattis, the pair of memorandums instructs the armed forces to reopen reviews into lockheed martin’s $1.5 trillion lightning ii strike fighter and boeing’s $3.7 billion replacement plan for the two jets used to ferry the president around the world.in a stream of tweets and in closed meetings with lockheed martin and boeing executives, trump has squabbled over the proposed costs for both procurement programs, but the project that remains most important to america’s defense n