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Students prep presents for Holiday Hopes program

Published: Friday, Dec. 13, 2013 5:30 a.m. CDT
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Sophomores Neethara Abraham (left), and Kellie Buckley team up to tie a ribbon on a gift in the Holiday Hopes program Thursday at Rosary High School. Gifts were purchased and wrapped for 25 families, paid for with $14,500 in donations.
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Frweshman Maggie Witt (left), and Jessica Wimbley add food items to presents for a family as part of the Holiday Hopes program Thursday at Rosary High School.

Juniors Maggie Eallonardo (from left) Brittany Hamling, and Emma Hillary carry a box of presents Thursday for the Holiday Hopes program at Rosary High School. Gifts were purchased and wrapped for 25 families, paid for with $14,500 in donations.

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