ASARCO-Ray: working and helping in the community

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Paul Wormwood, Asarco Ray Operations General Supervisor, handing over the keys and documents to Jeff Gregorich, Hayden High School Superintendent, for the donated truck. (Submitted photo)

With the continuing lack of financial support from the state, the possibility of purchasing a pickup truck for school purposes are non-existent at best.

But thanks to ASARCO Ray Mines, the Ray Unified School District and Hayden-Winkelman School District each received a truck, which will be put to good use by the districts’ maintenance and transportation departments.

Both districts appreciate the support received from ASARCO Ray Mines.

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John Dorsey, Asarco Ray Operations General Manager, also handing over keys and documents to Dr. Robert Dunn, Ray High School Superintendent. (Submitted photo)

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