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JOM kicks off another season in Wrangell

WRANGELL, ALASKA The Johnson O'Malley program has just started up again in Wrangell. With a dedicated parent committee, eager instructors, and Celebration coming up next summer, JOM participants have a lot to look forward to. KSTK's Lisa Phu visited the JOM room in the SNO building during the program's open house week and files this report.
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