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May 15, 2013 1:38 PM

Foreign students take part in SEED program at Modesto Junior College

Eighteen students from Latin America and the Caribbean dug right into a lesson at Modesto Junior College this week. They potted seedlings in the east campus greenhouse as part of their two-year stint in Scholarships for Education and Economic Development.

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