SENIOR PROJECT TO BENEFIT FOOD PANTRY -- Groveton High School senior Julia Prince is selling calendars for the 2015-16 year with photographs she took from around the North Country. Her nature and wildlife shots were taken at Cannon Mountain, Wildcat Mountain, Milan, and other beautiful locations. She is selling the calendars for $13; proceeds will be donated to the Groveton Food Pantry at St. Margarite's. This effort is connected to her "Senior Project," a graduation requirement that GHS instituted this year. Anyone interested in purchasing a calendar can contact Senior Project advisor, Crystal Shallow (firstname.lastname@example.org), or guidance counselor, Colleen Clogston (email@example.com) at GHS: (603) 636-1619.
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