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Students share harvest


John Lyman School students Hamed Yaghi, Wardah Yaghi, Anna Pizzo, Emma Anderson, Samantha Mancini and Logan Bender show the variety of vegetables families donated from their gardens recently. Last spring John Lyman School students received a vegetable or herb seedling. After caring for the plants this summer, students collected produce from their gardens to share with local senior citizens.



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