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Holy Cross Elementary School students Angela Boerboom, Angelina Sebastian, Jena Grakul and Vanessa set up a lemonade, popcorn and brownies stand on Saturday at the corner of Moosejaw Street and Eckhardt Avenue to help with a classmate
Holy Cross Elementary School students Angela Boerboom, Angelina Sebastian, Jena Grakul and Vanessa set up a lemonade, popcorn and brownies stand on Saturday at the corner of Moosejaw Street and Eckhardt Avenue to help with a classmate's funraiser for orphanages in Zambia and Tanzania.
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