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February 15, 2013 12:00 AM

Do the Right Thing honors 10 students

Ten students from Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools were recently selected as winners in the first quarterly ceremony of the "Do the Right Thing" program, at Time Warner Cable Arena. These winners were nominated by teachers, principals, firefighters, police officers and members of the community:

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