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Swampscott and Marblehead teens raise money for clean drinking water in Africa

Chrissy Rogers, Marley Schmidt, Mahder Teferra, Reece Klusza, and Mariel Flughum walk for water around the halls of Swampscott High School on World Water Day. (Owen O'Rourke)
SWAMPSCOTT– World Water Day splashed into the halls of Swampscott High School as a group of about a dozen students marched to raise money for Barka Foundation, a non-governmental organization that works to provide clean water Burkina Faso, Africa. “It seemed like a really good cause,” Swampscott student Mahder Teferra said. “We want to do…

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