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Mont Harmon students present presents for foster children


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Mont Harmon Junior High students Vernae Lauritsen and Megan Garff stand with Utah Division of Child and Family Services employees Tammy Ardohain and Josh Jenkin after presenting items to the agency for local foster children. The FCCLA, of which the two are a part, used money from concessions sold at junior high basketball games and other benefit work to provide the items that included blankets and stuffed animals. Mont Harmon principal Todd Lauritsen said that the group is also doing other kinds of benefit work as part of family based service projects in the community.


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