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The Gift of Giving

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Yearbook Editor-in-Chief Holly Kenoyer (left) and Business Manager

Renee Wire accept a donation on behalf of the yearbook staff

from groundsmen Jim Lunetta (right) and Jack Hargate. Each year

Lunetta and Hargate collect recyclables and donate the money to

different departments and clubs. This year, the yearbook staff was

the recipient of $170, which will be used to purchase two yearbooks

for students who would otherwise be unable to purchase one.

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