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Gallatin enrichment students raise more than $4,000 for ‘Bead for Life’ to help those in need

[1]This semester, Mrs. Kim Brammer’s enrichment students have been studying global issues. One of the global issues they focused on was poverty.

As a service project to help those in need, the students researched and participated in the Bead for Life project.
The Bead for Life project began in 2004 when co-founders Torkin Wakefield and Ginny Jordan walked through a slum in Uganda, Africa. They noticed women making beads out

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