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The Salvation Army of New Britain honored the Berlin High School Interact club with its Doing the Most Good Award at the Salvation Army's annual Recognition Dinner recently. The Interact club received the award for assisting twice a month at the Salvation Army's "Out of the Cold" soup kitchen and for bell-ringing at Stop & Shop during the Christmas season. Pictured: Rotarian advisor Michele Imossi, BHS students Kayla Cervoni, Jenna Paradis, Alex Bednarek, Danielle Varley, faculty advisor Lisa Hatton and Rotarian advisor Elaine Pavasaris. | (Photo by Lou Zucchi)

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