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Students at Penfield Elementary School also dug out the last of their pennies, along with a bunch of other change, for the Mirror’s Coins For Kids fundraiser, and had principal Steve Koebel drop them off on Thursday. All proceeds from Coins For Kids went to the Knights of Columbus Christmas Hamper Fund and this year our readers donated more than $3,300! - Paul Rudan/The Mirror
Students at Penfield Elementary School also dug out the last of their pennies, along with a bunch of other change, for the Mirror’s Coins For Kids fundraiser, and had principal Steve Koebel drop them off on Thursday. All proceeds from Coins For Kids went to the Knights of Columbus Christmas Hamper Fund and this year our readers donated more than $3,300!
— image credit: Paul Rudan/The Mirror

Students at Penfield Elementary School also dug out the last of their pennies, along with a bunch of other change, for the Mirror’s Coins For Kids fundraiser, and had principal Steve Koebel drop them off on Thursday.

All proceeds from Coins For Kids went to the Knights of Columbus Christmas Hamper Fund and this year our readers donated more than $3,300!

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