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Louisiana eighth grader creates closet for students in need

CBS News Friday, 30 August 2019
A 13-year-old in Port Allen, Louisiana, created a closet in his middle school filled with clothes and school supplies for students to take. Austin Kemker from CBS Baton Rouge affiliate WAFB reports on PAM's Pantry.
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