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Wrangell residents visit Madagascar, Africa

WRANGELL, ALASKA This Tuesday, April 15, Reverend Janice Stamper and Elder Nettie Covalt from the First Presbyterian Church of Wrangell will be leaving for Madagascar. They will be taking part in a project that started three years ago by three Wrangell boys. KSTK's Lisa Phu brings us the story.
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