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LMS students hold bake sale to help Haiti

Meadow Holtby and Sophia Stoughton make a deposit toward the Haiti earthquake relief fund with the help of teller Denise Shipley at US Bank in Freeland. - Brian Kelly / The Record
Meadow Holtby and Sophia Stoughton make a deposit toward the Haiti earthquake relief fund with the help of teller Denise Shipley at US Bank in Freeland.
— image credit: Brian Kelly / The Record

Meadow Holtby and Sophia Stoughton, two Langley Middle School sixth-graders, helped organize a bake sale at the school to raise money for the relief effort, and the sale raised $207.

Actually, the sale raised $206.60, but Sophia collected an extra 40 cents from her dad to make it an even amount.

With the help of fellow students Anna Lynch and Macy Bishop, and many other great friends, the girls made cookies, cupcakes, brownies and something resembling cream puffs to sell to students and teachers at the school.

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