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Much Obliged: Spanish students say thanks

Muchas gracias to Cub Foods and the Brainerd lakes area residents and visitors for contributing to the bagging for tips fundraiser in December. We, as Brainerd High School Spanish students, wish to let you know that we so appreciate your support ...

Muchas gracias to Cub Foods and the Brainerd lakes area residents and visitors for contributing to the bagging for tips fundraiser in December.

We, as Brainerd High School Spanish students, wish to let you know that we so appreciate your support and your financial assistance as we begin working to pay for our trip to Costa Rica in 2019. We will live with Spanish-speaking families, will tour in Costa Rica and will participate in volunteer service at a school in Costa Rica.

We are grateful for the support from our Brainerd lakes community. Mil gracias!

Brainerd High School Spanish students

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