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Club immerses students in foreign culture

8:11 PM, Feb. 14, 2013
Ariel Franklin, left, and Rakia Kelly, members of the Lincoln High School Italian Club, work on their Italian during a recent club meeting.
Ariel Franklin, left, and Rakia Kelly, members of the Lincoln High School Italian Club, work on their Italian during a recent club meeting.
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On a regular basis, numerous Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln High School students are immersed in foreign cultures - experiencing different languages, food and music.

As recent examples, the school Mariachi Band held its annual festivities, and upper-level French students prepared a French-themed meal in honor of Julia Child. ...

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