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In front of their makeshift cardboard "house" are Meyer Middle School students, from left to right, Ela Engen, Kate Kraemer, Lindsey Squire and Alyssa Dunn. Representing less fortunate children inside the structure are Hannah Furlong, right, and Emily Gabriel. The girls chose to develop a means to assist and make more aware the plight of less fortunate and homeless children as the focus of their "Refresh the World" project displayed at the school last week. The project was also voted as the best one in i...

They seek to 'Refresh the World'

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Taking a cue from a national cola company promotion, 8 Gold House teachers at Meyer Middle School gave their students the task of picking a local, national or international concern and then develop a presentation on how they'd improve their chosen

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