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updated: 4/29/2014 11:57 AM

Barrington High students earn President's Volunteer award

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Sixty-three Barrington High School students received the President's Volunteer Service Award, which honors those who complete 100 or more hours of voluntary community service in a year, according to a release from the school.

All of the students will receive a pin and certificate from the President of the United States.

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Of the 63 students, 53 received the bronze award, nine received the silver award and one, Jessica Davis, received the gold award. Davis, a senior, earned the highest level award for completing 250 or more hours of community service.

High school students of all grades earned the awards. In all, there were 37 seniors, 19 juniors, six sophomores and one freshman listed as winning the award on the district website.

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