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Belleville IL students at Emge Junior High School and Harmony Intermediate Center in Southern Illinois donated money to a coin drive to buy stuffed animals like teddy bears for sick kids at St. Louis MO Children’s Hospital. A student and teacher in Harmony-Emge District 175 have personal experiences with cancer. znizami@bnd.com
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