ALLEGRA BOVERMAN/Staff photo Today through Sunday, the school is encouraging its pupils to turn off all their electronic diversions. From left are Natalie Lamond, 7, at the house of her friend Ella Lorenz, 6, right, both of Rockport. The girls are making a poster about activities they can do while not watching television, such as playing tag, charades, jumping rope, hula hooping, and so on.
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