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Paying it forward

Boys from Camp Mayhew, part of the Mayhew Program of Bristol, which helps at-risk New Hampshire boys to believe in themselves, work well with others, and find their best, used money they earned for doing good deeds to support another camp that helps kids who are disadvantaged: Camp Spaulding in Concord, a program run by Child and Family Services of New Hampshire. Declan Kinney (from left); Jim O’Brien, Camp Mayhew staff; and Peter Alisandro present a check for $137.50 to Ed Orlowski from Child and Family Services/Camp Spaulding.

Boys from Camp Mayhew, part of the Mayhew Program of Bristol, which helps at-risk New Hampshire boys to believe in themselves, work well with others, and find their best, used money they earned for doing good deeds to support another camp that helps kids who are disadvantaged: Camp Spaulding in Concord, a program run by Child and Family Services of New Hampshire. Declan Kinney (from left); Jim O’Brien, Camp Mayhew staff; and Peter Alisandro present a check for $137.50 to Ed Orlowski from Child and Family Services/Camp Spaulding.

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