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To the Editor:
An enormous thank you goes out to The Carrollton Alumni Association, The Ashton Foundation, and The Carroll County Foundation.

Their support has repeatedly played a key role in the success of the annual class trips at Bell-Herron Middle School. The generous monetary gifts provided by these organizations offer much needed financial support for individual student scholarships. Without their support, some students would not be able to participate in these valuable learning experiences. This year the sixth grade students and their teachers traveled to FFA Camp Muskingum and participated in the Nature’s Classroom Program. The seventh and eighth graders will travel to Colonial Williamsburg, VA, where students will embark on an educational 18th Century Revolutionary adventure.

I am continually inspired by the generosity of donors who answer the call to give again and again. There is no way to fully express my gratitude for their loyalty.

Mrs. Tricia Green
Principal, Bell-Herron Middle School

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