Allegra Boverman/Gloucester Daily Times. Manchester Essex Regional Middle School sixth graders walked to Singing Beach and back to school on Wednesday to raise awareness about Haiti's plight. They have raised money to help an orphanage there and sent canned foods. Playing on the beach in front from left are Bobby Beardsley and Ryan O'Connell and Allen Martin and Paul Albani behind them.
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