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ORHS students come through

PROUD SMILES —€” Oak Ridge High School students show off the $4,261 check they handed over to Jason Harper, who will pass it on to Oak Ridge Elementary in South Sacramento. The Oak Ridge to Oak Ridge project spearheaded by Harper, an ORHS grad, raised funds by selling "Be Change" T-shirts. The students also collected more than 600 canned goods and 20 bags of clothing. Courtesy photo
PROUD SMILES —€” Oak Ridge High School students show off the $4,261 check they handed over to Jason Harper, who will pass it on to Oak Ridge Elementary in South Sacramento. The Oak Ridge to Oak Ridge project spearheaded by Harper, an ORHS grad, raised funds by selling "Be Change" T-shirts. The students also collected more than 600 canned goods and 20 bags of clothing. Courtesy photo

PROUD SMILES —€” Oak Ridge High School students show off the $4,261 check they handed over to Jason Harper, who will pass it on to Oak Ridge Elementary in South Sacramento. The Oak Ridge to Oak Ridge project spearheaded by Harper, an ORHS grad, raised funds by selling "Be Change" T-shirts. The students also collected more than 600 canned goods and 20 bags of clothing. Courtesy photo

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