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College Point students raise $$ for war shrine

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As last Veterans Day approached, Maria Obiol, a teacher at PS 129 in College Point, asked her 31 fourth-graders to look in the newspapers and share an article about the holiday with the class.

Having grown to appreciate the sacrifices made by U.S. veterans after hearing her grandfather-in-law

Updated 10:25 am, October 12, 2011
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