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12/15/05

Lubbock Students Donate Trees To Hospitals

These trees will help create some holiday spirit in hospital rooms. Students from Ed Irons Junior High held a fundraiser to buy Christmas trees and cards. On Thursday, they delivered those trees and cards to patients at both University and Covenant Medical Center's Children's' Hospitals.

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