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Where poor kids get chance at future

Where poor kids get chance at future

Wright Elementary student Jacob Felix, 10, draws a tree cross-section as Pamela Pelletier, not pictured, from the University of Arizona Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research discusses the subject. She was visiting the school as part of a program that brings in scientists.

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Where poor kids get chance at future

Where poor kids get chance at future

Ray Collins, right, of McColley Smith Landscape helps Lawrence Elementary student Ujal Gautam plant a seedling at Wright Elementary School. The company has helped with planting native trees and a garden.

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