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Prince Rupert Middle School students send a message to drivers

Drivers get a message from the students of Prince Rupert Middle School. - Shaun Thomas photo
Drivers get a message from the students of Prince Rupert Middle School.
— image credit: Shaun Thomas photo

The students of Prince Rupert Middle School were out this afternoon sending a message to drivers on McBride.

At around one p.m. dozens of students sat at the Rotary Centennial Park with books while other held up signs along the street saying "PRMS wants you to read with your child".

The campaign was done to coincide with National Library Week.

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