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  • Hunter Elementary students harvest greens for families in need

    Hunter Magnet Elementary School students harvest collards and kale during a Blooming Botany elective class Thursday, Nov. 17, 2016 at the school in Raleigh. The harvested greens will be included in more than 80 boxes of food that will be distributed to families in need for Thanksgiving.

Hunter Magnet Elementary School students harvest collards and kale during a Blooming Botany elective class Thursday, Nov. 17, 2016 at the school in Raleigh. The harvested greens will be included in more than 80 boxes of food that will be distributed to families in need for Thanksgiving.
Hunter Magnet Elementary School students harvest collards and kale during a Blooming Botany elective class Thursday, Nov. 17, 2016 at the school in Raleigh. The harvested greens will be included in more than 80 boxes of food that will be distributed to families in need for Thanksgiving.
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