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Topic - Maggie
She told CNA Feb. 27 that in her group, students ensured that "nobody got anything less than anyone else" by assigning people tasks.
"It's so important to understand that we have lots of blessings and gifts, and that's why we need to share with other people that don't have such opportunities," said Maggie, an eighth grader helping lead the project.