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James Neiss/staff photographer HELPING HAND: Leukemia patient and 2012 Lewiston-Porter graduate Tyler Midgley, accepts a check for $2,439 from Lew-Port school nurse Maureen Schug R.N., during the school's morning announcements, with members of The Top 6 Advisory Class behind. With the help of Schug, students took on the Leukemia Pennies for Patients program for a few weeks in January to raise money to help victims of this disease.

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