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A boost for books and new technology

Langley School District Foundation received $25,000 from Coast Capital Savings, to fund the purchase of books and new technology at Langley Meadows Elementary. Left to right are Susan Cairns, executive director Langley School District Foundation; Angela Katsamakis, Coast Capital; Tara MacKenzie, Coast Capital; Esther Schmit, vice-principal, Langley Meadows and Vanessa Jaggi, principal, Langley Meadows. - Contributed photo
Langley School District Foundation received $25,000 from Coast Capital Savings, to fund the purchase of books and new technology at Langley Meadows Elementary. Left to right are Susan Cairns, executive director Langley School District Foundation; Angela Katsamakis, Coast Capital; Tara MacKenzie, Coast Capital; Esther Schmit, vice-principal, Langley Meadows and Vanessa Jaggi, principal, Langley Meadows.
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