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OSWEGO, NY – “Red and Green Day” was celebrated at the Fitzhugh Park Elementary School.
Students donated a quarter to the “Habitat for Humanity” project and as a result received the opportunity to wear pajamas in school on the final day before the holiday recess.
The FPS Student Council promoted the successful event.
From left are Abbey Mulkerin, Elaina Broadwell and Austin Crapser.
In back are Haley Baker, Principal Donna Simmons and Mikayla Trapasso.