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Wellington Secondary School students collected non-perishable food donations as part of the We Scare Hunger initiative with Free the Children. The school put on a haunted house for local elementary school students with admission by food or monetary donation.   - Photo contributed
Wellington Secondary School students collected non-perishable food donations as part of the We Scare Hunger initiative with Free the Children. The school put on a haunted house for local elementary school students with admission by food or monetary donation.
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