Grand Valley teens find love for service

With the help of junior Kyle Hickman, right, Emily Cuevas adds tomatoes to sandwiches that her group is preparing for teacher conferences at Fruita Monument High School. The proceeds were to be donated to the American Cancer Society and the Invisible Children of Uganda charities.



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With the help of junior Kyle Hickman, right, Emily Cuevas adds tomatoes to sandwiches that her group is preparing for teacher conferences at Fruita Monument High School. The proceeds were to be donated to the American Cancer Society and the Invisible Children of Uganda charities.

It’s required at Grand Junction High School, an elective class at Central, the subject of a club at Fruita Monument and something anyone can do on their own at Palisade. Service…




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