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Brentwood Elementary students create a chain to link with Heritage Park senior community.

Ch-ch-chain, paper chain at school

Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette
ABOVE: Fifth-grader Isiah Adams, 11, shows off his portion of the paper Love Chain being constructed by Brentwood Elementary students on Thursday. The 2-mile chain will link the school with nearby Heritage Park senior community. The kids and seniors have a history of joining together for projects.
RIGHT: Brentwood Elementary fifth-graders carry their Love Chain to the counselor’s office Thursday.

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