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New Heights students meet Future City challenge

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By KIM MANGUM
For the Progressive Journal

AIKEN – A team from New Heights Middle School received a special award for Best Innovative Medical Surveillance Approach at the recent South Carolina Regional Future City competition.  
Team members earning the special award were Madison Champagne, Kenzie Chapman, Allie Jordan, Ingrid Casiano and Aaliyah Funderburk. 
“This was my second year doing a Future City project.  You learn a lot about teamwork,” said Madison Champagne, a seventh grader.


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