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The old St. Ann's Catholic School building will be demolished this summer. The school was built in 1903. It has not been used for the last five years.

Old St. Ann's school set to come down

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The Panama Canal was a brand-new idea and Teddy Roosevelt was president of the United States in 1903 when St. Ann's Catholic Church opened a school in Wadena.

While St. Ann's School lives on in the year 2010 with a good family atmosphere that offers students a lot of one-on-one with teachers and staff, the 107-year-old original building is slated to be demolished this summer, leaving only the addition which present-day St. Ann's students call their school.

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