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Bank to donate $10,000 to repair vandalism

Wells Fargo Bank has pledged up to $10,000 to help clean up two East Palo Alto schools ransacked by vandals over the holiday weekend.

Wells Fargo Bank Peninsula Regional President Bob Ceglio said he received calls from many concerned citizens and wanted to help the school recover.

He hopes other local businesses will contribute so classes can resume as normal.

District Superintendent Maria De La Vega estimated the damages at both schools at around $30,000.

— Bay City News Service

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