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Collecting candy for the troops

Contributed PhotoThe brother of one of the students of Deb Bolitho's kindergarten class at Elk Creek Elementary is serving in the military, and her class has collected bags of candy and written letters to him and his fellow troops. The troops said that candy is one of the foods they miss the most while serving, so the students decided that's what they should send them.
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