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                                Cedarcrest Middle School students Anthony Najera (left) and Joaquin Vidal point at the screen Friday after seeing Filipino students, whose portraits they drew for Memory Project. Students from the Marysville school watched a video showing the Filipino students’ reactions to the Cedarcrest students’ portraits.

Andy Bronson / The Herald Cedarcrest Middle School students Anthony Najera (left) and Joaquin Vidal point at the screen Friday after seeing Filipino students, whose portraits they drew for Memory Project. Students from the Marysville school watched a video showing the Filipino students’ reactions to the Cedarcrest students’ portraits.

With an immigrant’s help, kids reach out to Filipino children

Marysville students drew and sent portraits. Thanks to a video, they got to see the reaction.

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