St. Augustine Indian School Received Goods to Help Many Students

St. Augustine Indian Mission School in Winnebago, NE was grateful to receive bedding, clothing, towels and school kits from Iowa West Branch located in Ida Grove, IA. St. Augustine’s remains true to its Catholic heritage and welcomes students of all faiths. The students are taught traditional Native American culture and language, along with a solid core of academic basics.

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