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We Day: Their voices

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'We went to Kenya. We built a schoolhouse in July this summer. I want to go back again... To be part of something where you can affect so many people is just unbelievable'

-- MEAGAN ALLARDICE, Lord Selkirk Regional Comprehensive Secondary School

'We might do a (fundraising) pie in the face of the football players... a lot of whipped cream. We want to make sure it's noticeable'

-- KRISHMAR FERRER, Kildonan East Collegiate

'We're doing a water project... We're building a well in Kenya'

-- CLAUDIA MATTSON, Collège Pierre-Elliot Trudeau

'We help new kids to fit in. You talk to them, play basketball with them, help them make friends... Some of the kids come from Germany and Russia'

-- ANDREW LANE, Emerado School in Winkler

'Victoria Duffield (We Day performer) signed my head... I should have got a tattoo'

-- BRYTON DENCHYNSKI, Major Pratt School in Russell

'We're getting donations and giving them to our homeless shelter'

-- RANDI FENNER, Margaret Barbour Collegiate, The Pas

'We're raising money for girls to get an education in Kenya'

-- Christian Lussier, College Beliveau

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition October 31, 2012 A1

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