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Small Wonders/Back Mountain students participate in fundraiser


September 06. 2013 4:39PM


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The students at the Small Wonders/Back Mountain Day Care School, Shavertown, recently held a fundraiser for the Blue Chip Animal Rescue. Students collected items for the animals and also donated money raised from selling hot dogs at a flea market. Some of the participants, from left: Linda Somoga, director; Emma Miller; Ellie Root; Raeann Sherrill; Peyton VanValkenburgh; Jack McLaughlin; Liam Naperkowski; and Marge, owner, Blue Chip Farm.




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