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Students McKenna Alcombrack, left, and Natalie Appel, both 15, deal with incoming trees at Lord Tweedmuir Secondary
Students McKenna Alcombrack, left, and Natalie Appel, both 15, deal with incoming trees at Lord Tweedmuir Secondary's tree chipping event Jan. 5.
— image credit: Boaz Joseph / Black Press

Grade 10 students McKenna Alcombrack, left, and Natalie Appel, both 15, wade trough a stack of discarded evergreens inside a bin trailer at Lord Tweedmuir Secondary's Christmas tree chipping and bottle drive on Jan. 5.

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