Manchester Essex Regional Middle School sixth-graders walked to Singing Beach and back to school Wednesday to raise awareness about Haiti's problems. Relaxing on the sea wall are, from left, Theron Palmer, Kaya Crandall, Colton Tosi, Spencer Dunbar, Tucker Jaworski, Ollie Reinemann.
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