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Students in Kim Corel's art class at Penn's Valley Area High School made paintings that will be sent to a school in Ndola, Zambia. The project is part of Haven of Hope, a global Christian organization that sparks hope and change in impoverished communities in Zambia and Uganda. Britney Milazzo bmilazzo@centredaily.com

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