Mount Mourne IB School eighth-grade students, from left, Garrett Livingston, Doug Sutherland, Matthew Robinson and Jonathan Kang, are collecting new and used soccer equipment to send to kids in Mongolia who don’t have proper equipment to play the sport safely.
Mount Mourne IB School eighth-grade students, from left, Garrett Livingston, Doug Sutherland, Matthew Robinson and Jonathan Kang, are collecting new and used soccer equipment to send to kids in Mongolia who don’t have proper equipment to play the sport safely. Kate Stevens
Mount Mourne IB School eighth-grade students, from left, Garrett Livingston, Doug Sutherland, Matthew Robinson and Jonathan Kang, are collecting new and used soccer equipment to send to kids in Mongolia who don’t have proper equipment to play the sport safely. Kate Stevens

4 teens collect cleats to send love of soccer to less fortunate

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