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Donation helps 'Concho Bucks' program

Posted: Sunday, September 30, 2012 5:00 am

Leon Buttler, (from left) Concho School District Administrator and Billie Bell, Business Manager accept a $534 check from Kate Dahl (middle) Tuesday, Sept. 25. Proceeds will be used for the Concho Elementary School “Concho Bucks” Program. Kate and Jon Dahl owners of Stanford General Store raised the money from its annual Summertime Blues 2012 BBQ and Open Market event held Sept. 1. The general store is located 10 miles NE of Show Low on AZ 61 and Stanford Rd. The school, students and community give a special thanks to the Dahl’s for hosting such a successful benefit.                              

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