Manchester Essex Regional Middle School sixth-graders walked to Singing Beach and back to school on Wednesday to raise awareness about Haiti's problems. Turning their friends into mermaids in the sand are, from left, Annie Martin and Emma Lacey. In the sand, from front to back are: Ava Glass, Suzy Morton, Belle Graves and Drew Charlton.
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