Old St. Ann's school set to come down
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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