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Lollipop Sales Fund School

July 2, 2004

WITH ¢150 million ($345,622)already raised, the Office of the FirstLady is promoting the second phase of“Una Dulce Ayuda” (A Sweet Help),which hopes to raise another ¢100 million($230,400) for the Children’s Neuro-psychiatricSchool, for children with neurologicaldifficulties.The lollipops are on sale at Más xMenos, Palí and HíperMas supermarketsfor ¢100 (23 cents) to raise funds for theschool, the only institution of its kind inLatin America.The school hopes to create programsfor the mothers of its students and involvethem in the learning process, as well ascontinue expanding the buildings.The lollipops will be on sale untilJuly 18.

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