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Wyoming Seminary Lower School students recently supported a fund drive to benefit the St. John Bosco Orphanage and Academy in Plaisance, Guyana. Students on the school's White Team organized a Fall Sports Play Day and invited members of the field hockey, soccer and cross-country teams to play each other in cross-over games. Nearly 80 students took part in the event. The White Team raised $300 in player and spectator donations, enough to pay for the annual tuition for one boy to attend the academy, a school for grades nursery through sixth grade. At the check presentation, from left: Josiah Cottle, eighth grade, Kingston, White Team member; Gabriel Pascal, eighth grade, Forty Fort, White Team co-leader; Sister Julie Matthews, director, St. John Bosco Orphanage and Academy; and Grace Leahy, eighth grade, Bear Creek Village, White Team co-leader.

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