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Fourth- and seventh-grade students in Armour have teamed up to create a recycling program in town. In all, 25 students have worked together. Pictured above, eight students visit with Adviser Tammy Sparks about the project. Clockwise from top are Sparks, Brittney Sparks, Dylan VanDerWerff, Trevor Lau, Riley Hrdlicka, Braden Hawley (hidden), Ally Bertram, Haley Dufek, Hunter Stoltenburg (hidden) and Corbin Fuoss. (Anna Jauhola/Republic)

Armour students start recycling program

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By ANNA JAUHOLA

The Daily Republic

ARMOUR -- Fourth- and seventh-grade students in Armour want to start a recycling revolution.

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Through an Innovations Lab project, the students are beginning a recycling program for the community.

"If we start recycling, I hope it inspires other communities," said Trevor Lau, a seventh-grader.

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