FUMO’S BACK! Columbus School Honors Its Founders

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CEO Rosemary Dougherty celebrates anniversary of Christopher Columbus Charter School with two of its esteemed founders, State Sen. Emeritus Vincent Fumo, left, and Ray Pescatore, who are proud of the legacy this school represents.

CEO Rosemary Dougherty celebrates anniversary of Christopher Columbus Charter School with two of its esteemed founders, State Sen. Emeritus Vincent Fumo, left, and Ray Pescatore, who are proud of the legacy this school represents.

FROM LEFT, State Sen. Larry Farnese, charter-school management expert William Minich and attorney Robert O’Donnell follow Ray Pescatore’s address.

FROM LEFT, State Sen. Larry Farnese, charter-school management expert William Minich and attorney Robert O’Donnell follow Ray Pescatore’s address.

VINCENT FUMO addresses crowd gathered for anniversary luncheon at Columbus School, which is located on the site of former St. Paul’s School in Bella Vista.

VINCENT FUMO addresses crowd gathered for anniversary luncheon at Columbus School, which is located on the site of former St. Paul’s School in Bella Vista.

STATE SEN. Larry Farnese receives token of esteem from Site Principal Maryellen Porsia. Senator’s grandfather Andrew was influential leader in Italian Market community where Columbus School is located.

STATE SEN. Larry Farnese receives token of esteem from Site Principal Maryellen Porsia. Senator’s grandfather Andrew was influential leader in Italian Market community where Columbus School is located.

“WHAT’S the first rule at Christopher Columbus School?” “Respect!” chime all the kids in unison.

“WHAT’S the first rule at Christopher Columbus School?” “Respect!” chime all the kids in unison.

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One Response to FUMO’S BACK! Columbus School Honors Its Founders

  1. You used the wrong title for Fumo. He earned the title “Convict Mr. Fumo”. His name should never be without “convict”. I’ve seen him four times in passing and each time said, “Hello, convict.”

    matt
    June 9, 2014 at 2:55 am

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