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A positive campaign in Hermiston

Published on March 12, 2018 3:27PM

Last changed on March 12, 2018 3:30PM

Hermiston High School junior Isel Tejeda Urenda, left, with exchange student Ellen Jakobsen and student body president Dante Rome, stand on the corner of Highland Avenue and Highway 395 in Hermiston on Sunday evening holding up positive signs to traffic. Students held up signs on multiple corners and also worked on distributing signs with affirming messages to yards and businesses around the community as part of their “We Care Project.”

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Hermiston High School junior Isel Tejeda Urenda, left, with exchange student Ellen Jakobsen and student body president Dante Rome, stand on the corner of Highland Avenue and Highway 395 in Hermiston on Sunday evening holding up positive signs to traffic. Students held up signs on multiple corners and also worked on distributing signs with affirming messages to yards and businesses around the community as part of their “We Care Project.”

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Hermiston High School junior Isel Tejeda Urenda, left, with exchange student Ellen Jakobsen and student body president Dante Rome, stand on the corner of Highland Avenue and Highway 395 in Hermiston on Sunday evening holding up positive signs to traffic.

Students held up signs on multiple corners and also worked on distributing signs with affirming messages to yards and businesses around the community as part of their “We Care Project.”

Here’s more on what students are doing to create a positive atmosphere for one another.



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