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Honoring Rev. Martin Luther King’s legacy of service to the community, Sanford students spent the holiday volunteering for local non-profit organizations. Tri-State Bird Rescue, Brandywine Cemetery, Longwood Gardens, Supporting Kidds and Urban Promise were among the organizations hosting students on-site. Younger students stayed behind at the school, working on projects for AAUW, Heifer International, Habitat for Humanity and the Food Bank of Delaware.

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