Greg Klein | The Cooperstown Crier Cooperstown Central School seventh graders accept a check from Dr. Michael Powers of the Cooperstown Veterinary Associates for $250 to match their donation to Heifer International. The money will go to buying a cow for a family in the third world. Pictures from left are Powers, Catherine Thompson, Ted Mebust, Ted Trossett, Ilsa Dohner, Fiona McGoldrick and life science teacher Amy Parr.
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