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New Immaculate Conception Grade School Is Dedicated

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Fr. Carl Scherrer and ICS Principal Mike Kish are honored with a plaque in recognition of their dedication and commitment to the new ICS Education and Activity Center building project. The plaque will be permanently displayed in the building. Taking part are, left to right, Father Carl, building committee members Rich Southard and John Whitworth, ICS Principal Mike Kish, Bishop Edward K. Braxton and Deacon Douglas Boyer.
Fr. Carl Scherrer and ICS Principal Mike Kish are honored with a plaque in recognition of their dedication and commitment to the new ICS Education and Activity Center building project. The plaque will be permanently displayed in the building. Taking part are, left to right, Father Carl, building committee members Rich Southard and John Whitworth, ICS Principal Mike Kish, Bishop Edward K. Braxton and Deacon Douglas Boyer.

The new Immaculate Conception Grade School officially dedicated its new facility on the north end of Columbia on Sept. 8.  Father Carl Scherrer, Principal Mike Kish and members of the building committee were joined by Bishop Braxton leading the program.  The new facility goes by the moniker the Immaculate Conception Parish Catholic Education and Activity …

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