Volunteer effort pays off at Kickemuit Middle School

Posted 10/30/13

They didn't earn any extra credit for helping out, but the several dozen students who stayed after class at Kickemuit Middle School Friday, and who came back Saturday, got something better — a better school and a sense of satisfaction.

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