Sage Canyon Kids Korps Chapter begins new year of helping others

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Sage Canyon School’s Kids Korps chapter kicked off its eighth year with a busy afternoon of projects on Sept. 14. The students painted birdhouses to attract hummingbirds to the Point Loma Garden, painted flower pots for the Batiquitos Lagoon and senior center, and decorated patches for a quilt for Soldier’s Angels. Photos/Karen Billing

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