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By: Staff Posted: 06/3/2014 12:19 PM | Comments:
On May 27. Winnipeg Harvest celebrated the graduation and progress of its Goal 2020 kids, a group of Grade 6 students at Lord Nelson School. In June 2012, Winnipeg Harvest executive director David Northcott recruited the then-Grade 4 students to be “barometers of progress” in the fight against hunger until June 2020, when the students are scheduled to graduate high school. Back row, from left: Kelsey Forrest, Catherine Santos, Lynda Richard (schools program development at Harvest), Jayda Vince, Kenneth Saballa, Joaquin Martirez and Monique Russell (Grade 4 teacher at Lord Nelson). Front row, from left: Aries de Vera, Christian Pe Benito, Agustin Monge and Maria Villanueva.
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