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Mary Lynch reaches $1 million goal


Dawn Fossand

Shown here collecting the latest check, front row from left, are students Tyler McManigal and Karsyn Chesley. Back row from left, Main Street Market manager Jeri Rutledge, McManigal, student Emma Patterson, and assistant store manager, Jack Goldrick.

Kimball's Mary Lynch Elementary School has reached the million dollar mark in the "Receipts for Cash" program with Main Street Market.

According to teacher Amy McManigal, who is in her third year of collecting receipts for the program, every $100,000 receipts collected earns the school $1,000 from Main Street Market. McManigal's neighbor, Jan Levesque, volunteers time inputing receipt information on a spreadsheet.

Monies collected in the past has purchased play ground balls, backpacks and clothing for students in need and other supplies.


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