KRHS students enhance outdoor area


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Liz Donkersloot, left, and Angel Bernales, two members of Kittatinny Regional High School's Interact Club, sit on the bench the club built. Last year, the club decided to raise money to purchase materials to build benches with planters and to add three new dining tables for the outdoor eating area. After raising the money, the members thought it would be a perfect project to work on during the KRHS 9/11 Day of Service. It took a more than a day to complete, but the final results were well worth the wait.



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