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Students raise support for future fun at Webutuck Community Day

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From left, Webutuck High School freshmen Jacob St. John, Noah Thompson, Connor James and Jordyn Thorn sold cards and baked goods to raise awareness for the Webutuck High School Class of 2023 with help from their advisor, Leah Sprague. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

WEBUTUCK — Looking far into the future and all the fun to be had, students raised money as well as awareness of their graduating classes and their school district at Webutuck Community Day on Saturday, Oct. 26.

The festivities were held on Century Boulevard in Millerton, between the North East Fire District and The Millerton Inn. Students stationed themselves behind tables covered with baked goods, freshly picked pumpkins, books, candles, jewelry and other items — all of which were sold to raise money for future class trips and prom nights. 

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