Reamstown remembers, honors fellow student
Reamstown Elementary School and the STAR (Serving Together at Reamstown) Club hosted a spaghetti dinner and silent auction on Jan. 20 to raise funds to purchase a headstone in Kole Trupe’s memory and also pay for miscellaneous family expenses.
Trupe was a student at Reamstown Elementary School. He passed away Sept. 8, 2011 in an accident as a result of the September flooding.
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