Polenta Elementary student Ethan Hanchey, left, buys an emoji lollipop from Rainger Willey at the Polenta Marketplace.
Polenta Elementary student Ethan Hanchey, left, buys an emoji lollipop from Rainger Willey at the Polenta Marketplace. JOHNSTON COUNTY SCHOOLS
Polenta Elementary student Ethan Hanchey, left, buys an emoji lollipop from Rainger Willey at the Polenta Marketplace. JOHNSTON COUNTY SCHOOLS

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