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Community Action of Pequot Lakes donates to Eagle View Elementary School

School supplies and $250 were donated for students in need

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Community Action of Pequot Lakes, in partnership with Operation Home Front and Dollar Tree Stores, donated school supplies to Eagle View Elementary School. Community Action donated an additional $250 for the school to use for kids in need to go back to school. From left are Kimberly Ziesemer and her daughter, Pequot Lakes senior Gabby Ziesemer - both from Community Action of Pequot Lakes – and Eagle View Elementary School Principal Melissa Hesch.
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PEQUOT LAKES — Community Action of Pequot Lakes, in partnership with Operation Home Front and Dollar Tree Stores, donated school supplies to Eagle View Elementary School.

Community Action donated an additional $250 for the school to use for kids in need to go back to school.

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