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ARENDELL PARROTT ACADEMY recently sent 23 students to Washington, D.C. to work with The Pilgrimage. The group participated in service learning activities and volunteered in four different community agencies serving homeless people and the elderly living in poverty. The students participated in workshops with National Coalition for the Homeless. From left, standing, Regan Lane, Ellen Thomas, Kaleigh Steelman, Mahsa Movahed, Matt Chappell, Lauren Jones, chaperone Andy Moye, Natalie Shammas, April Smith, chaperone Arti Rogers, Catherine Tugwell, Leigh Murphy, Toby Finizio, Maggie Wehr, Morgan Barbre, McLean Piner, Claire Edwards, Wendy Murphy, chaperone Shivar Person, Caroline Tyndall, chaperones Julie Rogers and Mitzi Moye. In front are Brendan Kerlin, Mary Hall Swain, Hannah Lee, Summer Taylor, Daynen Orr, Taylor Ezzell and Spencer Doyle.
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ARENDELL PARROTT ACADEMY recently sent 23 students to Washington, D.C. to work with The Pilgrimage. The group participated in service learning activities and volunteered in four different community agencies serving homeless people and the elderly living in poverty. The students participated in workshops with National Coalition for the Homeless. From left, standing, Regan Lane, Ellen Thomas, Kaleigh Steelman, Mahsa Movahed, Matt Chappell, Lauren Jones, chaperone Andy Moye, Natalie Shammas, April Smith, chaperone Arti Rogers, Catherine Tugwell, Leigh Murphy, Toby Finizio, Maggie Wehr, Morgan Barbre, McLean Piner, Claire Edwards, Wendy Murphy, chaperone Shivar Person, Caroline Tyndall, chaperones Julie Rogers and Mitzi Moye. In front are Brendan Kerlin, Mary Hall Swain, Hannah Lee, Summer Taylor, Daynen Orr, Taylor Ezzell and Spencer Doyle.

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Greenville Montessori

The school will host a multicultural fair from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday. There will be live performances, games, arts and crafts, food and a silent auction. There is no admission charge.


Lakeforest

Awards day will be held at 8:30 a.m. Monday for grades three-five, followed by kindergarten-second grade at 10:15 a.m.

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