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Teachers, staff clean up Bemidji

Schoolcraft Learning Community coordinated its third annual community service day for area educators Monday. Teachers and staff from TrekNorth Junior & Senior High School, Voyageurs Expeditionary High School, Schoolcraft Learning Community an...

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Schoolcraft Learning Community coordinated its third annual community service day for area educators Monday. Teachers and staff from TrekNorth Junior & Senior High School, Voyageurs Expeditionary High School, Schoolcraft Learning Community and St. Philip's School participated in a wide range of projects that helped beautify local hubs. From left, Ruth Webb and Julie Johnson-Willborg with Voyageurs and Deb Carlson-Doom and Erica Harmsen with TrekNorth pull and bag weeds near the Headwaters School of Music...

Schoolcraft Learning Community coordinated its third annual community service day for area educators Monday. Teachers and staff from TrekNorth Junior & Senior High School, Voyageurs Expeditionary High School, Schoolcraft Learning Community and St. Philip's School participated in a wide range of projects that helped beautify local hubs. From left, Ruth Webb and Julie Johnson-Willborg with Voyageurs and Deb Carlson-Doom and Erica Harmsen with TrekNorth pull and bag weeds near the Headwaters School of Music & the Arts in Bemidji. Pioneer Photo/Monte Draper

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