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Junior high students get knitting for newborns

Students of Rototuna Junior High School this week gifted a collection of knitting to Waikato Hospital’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), including blankets, vests, hats, boots and teddy bears.

“In our community we’ve got about 100 students and we decided as part of what we were learning we would like to do some service in our local community,” said Rototuna Junior High learning leader Anna Pratt.

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