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Manuel Antonio/Quepos Tidings

November 9, 2012

Thanks to the children in Saint Joseph’s Institution International Elementary School in Singapore: Brandon Wong, Ayden Lee, Kristjan Lee, James Claringbold, Benjamin Claringbold, Coby Botos-Lehavy, Cale Botos-Lehavy, Juliette Botos-Lehavy, Sam Maxwell-Davis, Jack Maxwell-Davis, Thomas Crampton, Benjamin Crampton, and Iman Jumabhoy.

The children are doing a unit on the rainforest, and would like to adopt another animal. Kids Saving The Rainforest’s Administrative Director Chip Braman and President Jennifer Rice had a meeting with the kids to teach them about saving the rain forest.

Thanks to Saint Joseph’s Institution International Elementary School and to Natalie Maxwell-Davis for providing an excellent breakfast meeting.

Jennifer Rice
jennifer@kidssavingtherainforest.org

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