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PLMS Students of the Month

Pequot Lakes Middle School Students of the Month for October are Noah Blanchard (back row from left), Kelbee Lampi, Jack Doty, Will Taylor, Aaron Barnes, Beau Engstrom, Christian Bachmann, Jack Johnson and Corissa Kerger. In the front row are the...

Pequot Lakes Middle School Students of the Month for October are Noah Blanchard (back row from left), Kelbee Lampi, Jack Doty, Will Taylor, Aaron Barnes, Beau Engstrom, Christian Bachmann, Jack Johnson and Corissa Kerger. In the front row are their guests who joined the students in the celebration.
Pequot Lakes Middle School Students of the Month for October are Noah Blanchard (back row, from left), Kelbee Lampi, Jack Doty, Will Taylor, Aaron Barnes, Beau Engstrom, Christian Bachmann, Jack Johnson and Corissa Kerger. In the front row are their guests who joined the students in the celebration. Submitted Photo
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Pequot Lakes Middle School Students of the Month for October are Noah Blanchard (back row from left), Kelbee Lampi, Jack Doty, Will Taylor, Aaron Barnes, Beau Engstrom, Christian Bachmann, Jack Johnson and Corissa Kerger. In the front row are their guests who joined the students in the celebration.

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