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Rachel Cleveland (left) and Taiya Holmberg (right) clean milk jugs in preperatio

Something in the water at Forestview Middle School

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It’s not new news that Minnesota is nicknamed “the land of 10,000 lakes” due to the overabundance of clean water available at any given turn in the state the Brainerd lakes area calls home. What may be surprising to hear is that not every country is so blessed.

That’s why Forestview Middle School has joined the H20 for Life project, a program to fund water, sanitation and hygiene education for schools in Nicaragua.

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Jessi Pierce
Born: 9/28/1987 (age 24) High School: Mahtomedi High School (home of the Zephyrs) in Mahtomedi, Minn. College: Journalism and Mass Communications degree from Iowa State University (Class 2010) Passions: Sharing the story. I love getting to know people, and in particular this town as it is so new to me, and being able to share something about them with the public. That and sports, especially hockey and lacrosse. Follow me on Twitter @jessi_pierce (views on Twitter do not represent that of the Brainerd Dispatch)
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