Pennichuck student entrepreneurs give back to school

Courtesy photo Pennichuck Middle School students doanted profits from their Coffee Program back to the school. Pictured at the check presentation, from left back row, paraprofessionals Marissa Black and Michael Miller, special education teacher William McIntosh, student Davian Rodriguez, Vice Principal Adam Rozumek and Principal Lynne Joseph. Student in middle row is Kelvin Bosse and student in front holding check is Luke Snowden.

NASHUA – The Coffee Program at Pennichuck Middle School recently donated their year’s profits of $1,200 from the sale of coffee, popcorn and DVD sales back to their school in a presentation to their principal Lynne Joseph on June 20.

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