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STUDENT COUNCIL President Taylor Beeks (front, right) and Treasurer Chase Sam (back) hand Dry Hollow Principal Theresa Peters a check for the funds generated from the council’s Trick-or-Treat for Unicef project while standing in front of the school’s canned food drive collections, one of their most recent community service projects.

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STUDENT COUNCIL President Taylor Beeks (front, right) and Treasurer Chase Sam (back) hand Dry Hollow Principal Theresa Peters a check for the funds generated from the council’s Trick-or-Treat for Unicef project while standing in front of the school’s canned food drive collections, one of their most recent community service projects.



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