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Helping out Herobox

Future leaders from Mrs. Dillard’s Jr. Beta Club at Canongate Elementary in Sharpsburg picked HeroBox as a service project this month. The students collected items and created handmade letters for the troops. Their HeroBoxes are headed to Afghanistan and the class will get to see their impact first hand through pictures sent back from the service members. Photo/Special.

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