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Penny Drive cheers

Members of the seventh-grade Alpha House at the Jamestown Middle School let out a roar Thursday during the annual Penny Drive. The Alpha House was a first-time winner in the 21 years of the drive. Nearly $10,000 was raised this year for a running...

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Members of the seventh-grade Alpha House at the Jamestown Middle School let out a roar Thursday during the annual Penny Drive. The Alpha House was a first-time winner in the 21 years of the drive. Nearly $10,000 was raised this year for a running total of nearly $150,000. Money is raised and is usually used to help offset medical costs for three individuals or organizations. John M. Steiner / The Sun

Members of the seventh-grade Alpha House at the Jamestown Middle School let out a roar Thursday during the annual Penny Drive. The Alpha House was a first-time winner in the 21 years of the drive. Nearly $10,000 was raised this year for a running total of nearly $150,000. Money is raised and is usually used to help offset medical costs for three individuals or organizations. John M. Steiner / The Sun

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