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On Monday December 2members of Lulu Ross Elementary National Honor Society and Student Council teamed up to volunteer hours for the Salvation Army.  They worked as bell ringers for The Salvation Army posted outside of the Milford Walmart.  The following students volunteered their time Abby Baird, Mikenzi Beauchamp, Annabelle Conte, Lizbeth Cortez, Evan Dennis, Joseph Favoroso, Melody Flynn, Matthew Hague,  Jadyn James,Brianna Kibler, Alondra Medina, David Millman, Josiah Moore, Bret Nowakowski, Brock Nowakowski, Kylie Penula, Dylan Phillips, Dominic Piper, Emma Sekscinski, Madeline Sekscinski, Leah Sisson, Allen Sivels, Brock Vincent and Zachary Wheway.

 

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