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Kelly’s Corner 199 – Teenage Years

Kelly’s Corner  199 – Teenage Years
“We in Provincetown are fortunate enough to be close to most, if not all, of our youth solely as a member of the community, not necessarily as part of the school system, an organized religion or organized sports. We live among and with each other. Because of our small population, we can and do follow a student’s progress from birth to graduation and, if possible, beyond - even if they move away. I decided to pinpoint the 4th Annual "Let the Sunshine In" group event. This window washing day for senior citizens brings students and senior in contact. I met with Jennifer Borgesi, Nathaniel Mayo and Justin White-three juniors armed with Windex and paper towels, happily chasing all the winter dirt from as many windows as possible that can be reached without a ladder.”
High Schools--Massachusetts--Provincetown and Schools

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