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On Mon, Mar 9, the founders of Clean Water for the World, an organization that provides simple, small machines that make unsafe drinking water potable in communities in the developing world, visited Randolph.They met with 5th grade students to discuss the organization’s work with the water crisis in the developing world.They brought a filtration system with them for demonstration and they addressed questions and comments from the students. The visit was organized in coordination with the 5th grade IB unit, “Water, Water Everywhere” by Sara Mulrooney, 3/5 grade extension teacher.Ms. Mulrooney travels to Central America every summer to do humanitarian work and has seen first hand how the machines have saved the lives of children at the community she visits in El Salvador.
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