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Student leaders of the Central Catholic Christmas Project, from left, Dylan Parsons, Emilie Zahn, Liam Sullivan, Kaeleigh Molloy, Tyler Andrade and Mary Shine, hold some of the gifts purchased for children from needy families. Over the last three weeks, Central Catholic High School students have raised $11,750 in their annual "Christmas Project." Each of the 51 homeroom classes at CCHS "adopted a family" identified as "seriously in need of essentials" by Merrimack Valley Catholic Charities and the staff at St. Mary of the Assumption Church in Lawrence.

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