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ConVal Regional High School students, from left, Joshua Bartsch, Brett Kasim, Emma Johnson, Tierney Thompson, Courtney Jones, Douglas White and Thayer Taft after finishing the Youth Empowered Through Service Competition at the Mariposa Museum last month. Emma, Tierney and Courtney were the winning presentation team that got $3,000 donated to Autism Speaks.

ConVal students put money where their mouth is in competition

ConVal Regional High School students had the chance to win money for a worthy cause by putting their speaking and research skills to the test.

  • icon Posted: June 28

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