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Perham students display some of the tattered books--which will be replaced thanks to nearly $20,000 in donations from the "Perham Pride" campaign. Also pictured is one of the 30 new computers that will be purchased for the middle school computer lab. Students in the back row, from left, Tyler Mayfield, Patience Peterson, Ryan Shepsky and Colton Lee. Front, Taylor Obowa and Austin DuRose. Perham Superintendent Tamara Uselman is at far left. At right, Marion Johnson, who launched the "Perham Pride" drive,...

'Perham Pride' nets nearly $20,000 for books, computers

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Christmas came early for Perham elementary and middle school students-and the school superintendent enjoyed a memorable birthday the same day, taking possession of $19,300.

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