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Something new is brewing at ORR46 viewsThe transitional program for students age 18-22, which is in its pilot year, started up a café at ORR, with students learning life skills in customer service, money handling, and how to make a great cup of coffee. From left to right: Diana Setera, Becky Okolita, Christopher Hathaway, Grace Costa-Medeiros, Mark Pereira, and Dennis Reynolds. Not pictured, Elizabeth Hathaway. Photo by Jean Perry
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Asian Market75 viewsRMS sixth-grade students of Danni Kleiman and James Sullivan participated in the school’s very first “Asian Market” on Friday, December 9, as a way to learn about bartering and commerce. Students representing a host of different countries set up their stands to sell goods such as oil, cotton, sugar, produce, and livestock. Photos by Jean Perry
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Asian Market73 viewsRMS sixth-grade students of Danni Kleiman and James Sullivan participated in the school’s very first “Asian Market” on Friday, December 9, as a way to learn about bartering and commerce. Students representing a host of different countries set up their stands to sell goods such as oil, cotton, sugar, produce, and livestock. Photos by Jean Perry
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Asian Market68 viewsRMS sixth-grade students of Danni Kleiman and James Sullivan participated in the school’s very first “Asian Market” on Friday, December 9, as a way to learn about bartering and commerce. Students representing a host of different countries set up their stands to sell goods such as oil, cotton, sugar, produce, and livestock. Photos by Jean Perry
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Asian Market67 viewsRMS sixth-grade students of Danni Kleiman and James Sullivan participated in the school’s very first “Asian Market” on Friday, December 9, as a way to learn about bartering and commerce. Students representing a host of different countries set up their stands to sell goods such as oil, cotton, sugar, produce, and livestock. Photos by Jean Perry
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Asian Market57 viewsRMS sixth-grade students of Danni Kleiman and James Sullivan participated in the school’s very first “Asian Market” on Friday, December 9, as a way to learn about bartering and commerce. Students representing a host of different countries set up their stands to sell goods such as oil, cotton, sugar, produce, and livestock. Photos by Jean Perry
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Asian Market55 viewsRMS sixth-grade students of Danni Kleiman and James Sullivan participated in the school’s very first “Asian Market” on Friday, December 9, as a way to learn about bartering and commerce. Students representing a host of different countries set up their stands to sell goods such as oil, cotton, sugar, produce, and livestock. Photos by Jean Perry
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Asian Market47 viewsRMS sixth-grade students of Danni Kleiman and James Sullivan participated in the school’s very first “Asian Market” on Friday, December 9, as a way to learn about bartering and commerce. Students representing a host of different countries set up their stands to sell goods such as oil, cotton, sugar, produce, and livestock. Photos by Jean Perry
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Asian Market46 viewsRMS sixth-grade students of Danni Kleiman and James Sullivan participated in the school’s very first “Asian Market” on Friday, December 9, as a way to learn about bartering and commerce. Students representing a host of different countries set up their stands to sell goods such as oil, cotton, sugar, produce, and livestock. Photos by Jean Perry
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Asian Market27 viewsRMS sixth-grade students of Danni Kleiman and James Sullivan participated in the school’s very first “Asian Market” on Friday, December 9, as a way to learn about bartering and commerce. Students representing a host of different countries set up their stands to sell goods such as oil, cotton, sugar, produce, and livestock. Photos by Jean Perry
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Asian Market27 viewsRMS sixth-grade students of Danni Kleiman and James Sullivan participated in the school’s very first “Asian Market” on Friday, December 9, as a way to learn about bartering and commerce. Students representing a host of different countries set up their stands to sell goods such as oil, cotton, sugar, produce, and livestock. Photos by Jean Perry
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Asian Market31 viewsRMS sixth-grade students of Danni Kleiman and James Sullivan participated in the school’s very first “Asian Market” on Friday, December 9, as a way to learn about bartering and commerce. Students representing a host of different countries set up their stands to sell goods such as oil, cotton, sugar, produce, and livestock. Photos by Jean Perry
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