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Yuma Sun (Newspaper) - August 31, 2015, Yuma, Arizona Campaign for school Bonds underway website Aims to boost support for improvements High school in Somerton by chm Somerton a citizens committee has launched a new website As the first step in a Campaign for voter approval of a 179.5 million Bond Issue to finance improvements to area High schools and to build a new Campus in Somerton. The website , outlines in English and Spanish How the Yuma Union High school District would Divide up the Bonds among its existing High schools and the proposed Somerton school. The site went up online earlier this month. Voters in District that comprises Yuma the Foothills and Smith Yuma county will decided the Fate of the Bond Issue in the polls for the nov. 3 general election. The ballot will have two questions one seeking voters decision on a proposal to Issue $54 million Bonds for classroom remodelling renovations to other school buildings upgrades to athletic facilities improvements to technology networks improvements to fire alarms and Security systems new carpeting and flooring. Those projects would take place at Yuma Kofa Cibola. San Luis and Gila Ridge High schools. The second question asks voters whether the District can Issue another s25.5 million in Bonds for a High school sought by Somerton officials and residents who say the City a recent growth necessitates a separate Campus there. Most Somerton teens now attend Kofa and those who travel to school by bus have less time in their sched Ules to take part in extracurricular school activities said Thomas Ryan spokesman for the yes yes your High schools committee. The yes yes your High sob is committee will within Days mount a Campaign seeking voter approval of both questions said Ryan. Ryan is also executive director of housing America corp., a Somerton based nonprofit organization that helps Low and Mode ate income families gain Home ownership by assisting and supervising them in building their own residences. The Agency a residential developments Are located in and around Somerton. A professionally for me it is very important that we have a High school in Somerton because the families we see Campaign a special election i i i. Am one amp he a photo by Cesar Nevoy Tajo a Soi the yes yes your Hon schools committs has launched this website in favor of voter approval of a $79.5 million Bond Issue. A she stole my heart so she owed Mea kidney Quot jokes Jerry Lane pictured at right with his wife Janine of 36 years. Janine helped save her husband s life by donating him one of her healthy kidneys. Janine s kidney started working for Jeny right away after the surgery. A i was Able to get up and walk in no time a Jeny said. A i mean hours. The next Day i walked across the Hospital to her room to say a thank you a buy this photo at Yuma Sun com photo by Chuck Muhr Yuma Sun couple a perfect match for live Organ donation wife gives kidney to help husband by Amy Crawford Yuma Sun staff writer when Jerry and Janine Lane started dating and got married almost 37 years ago they knew they were Well matched. The two longtime you mans just did no to realize How close that match was until Jerry started having kidney problems and would eventually need a new one. With Odds that the two would be a match standing at about i in 100,000 Jerry estimated Janine would go on to save her husbands life by donating him one of her healthy kidneys. A wow How could we be such a perfect match a Jerry said. Quot she stole my heart so she owed me a kidney a Jerry joked during an interview with the Yuma Sun. That word a match a is the key to finding a kidney see match/a5 830 Magnolia Avenue Yuma a 928-247-9990�?owhere the Hunters amp Hooters meet in Yuma a five Star cabaret International showgirls open daily 7pm to 2 30am 822 East 21st Street Yuma a 928-783-5000going for a strike against polio buy bib photo at Yuma syncom photo by Chuck Miller Yuma Sun bowlers Start their first games saturday during Bowlin at am inca lanes the annual event is put on by Yuma Sunrise rotary to raise Money to fight polio. For Mon photog of Tho omit chock out Focoso i Pio Coo Pogo a

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