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Legion giving flag books to Ripon schools
From left, principals Sergei Samborski (Harvest High), Cheryl Griffiths (Colony Oak), Lisa Fereria (Weston), Dante Alvarez (Ripona), Mike Larson (Ripon Elementary) and Mona Ogden (Park View) received donation of books from American Legion Adjunct James Moore last Monday. - photo by VINCE REMBULAT/ The Bulletin

Ripon Unified received a generous donation of books.
This came compliments of Clinton McCausland American Legion Post 190 and the Auxiliary.
The 112-page book ‘Indivisible — The Story of Our Flag’ depicts the history of Old Glory, according to Adjunct James Moore.
“(Legion) members will deliver the set of books to each school,” he said at the school board meeting held at Ripon Elementary School.
Moore, who is also the chair for Measure G Citizens’ Oversight Committee, presented copies of the book to RUSD principals Mike Larson (Ripon Elementary), Mona Ogden (Park View), Lisa Fereria (Weston), Dante Alvarez (Ripona), Cheryl Griffiths (Colony Oak), Lance Morrow (Ripon High) and Sergei Samborski (Harvest High).
Each of the school sites will receive 35 copies of the patriotic book, Moore added.