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Wexford Elementary students plant seedlings

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Teacher Chris Vins helps Jeffrey Kreidler plant White Spruce seedlings at Wexford Elementary as third grade students planted seedlings on school grounds.

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Third grade students planted White Spruce seedlings at Wexford Elementary.

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