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Kamloops School of the Arts students in Jennica Alpaugh’s Grade 6/7 class prepare their products for the local marketplace this weekend in Kamloops, with money raised going to the Christmas Amalgamated charity.

The students created Christmas wreaths, decorative gift tags and creative mobile phone/book holders made from LP records.

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It’s the third year Alpaugh’s students have been learning to re-purpose household items for creative fundraising for local charities.

Items will be sold at this Saturday’s Winter Block Party downtown.

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