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Almond-Bancroft students get 'Fresh Start'

11:24 AM, Sep. 10, 2013  |  Comments
Carolyn Salutz, a Project Fresh Start coordinator for United Way of Portage County, helps children pick out school supplies on Aug. 27 at Almond-Bancroft High School. Project Fresh Start held a distribution day there for students as a means of getting school supplies to Almond-Bancroft residents who may need them.
Carolyn Salutz, a Project Fresh Start coordinator for United Way of Portage County, helps children pick out school supplies on Aug. 27 at Almond-Bancroft High School. Project Fresh Start held a distribution day there for students as a means of getting school supplies to Almond-Bancroft residents who may need them.
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