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High School Students Make Urns for Homeless Veterans

by | Nov 13, 2018 | In the News

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Students at a high school in New Mexico are making handmade urns for homeless veterans in their woodworking class. They want everyone — especially those who have served our country — to have a proper burial.

To read the full article by Johanna Li in Inside Edition, click here.

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