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Wayland second-graders aim to save the planet

Wayland Town Crier 5/23/19: Wayland second-graders aim to save the planet. What can 62 second-graders possibly do to help save the planet? You’d be surprised! The teachers at Happy Hollow School weren’t, though. They know that 7- and 8-year-olds can be stewards for a healthy planet, and that other environmentalists are counting on them.

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