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6th Grade Students Are Recognized by City Council

Last fall a group of science students from Thunder Bay Junior High participated in a beach clean up effort that involved six local beaches.

The Mayor and City Council presented the students with a certificate of appreciation for all of their hard work last fall. Cheryl Mack the teacher, who led this project, says the class is planning to do a follow up event in May.

Follow the link to see the story on the WBKB website:

http://www.wbkb11.com/news/local/1930-6th-grade-students-are-recognized-by-city-council

Created on Wednesday, April 24, 2013
 
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