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Support World Challenge Ghana 2015 - Scott McCoull

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I am part of a group of 12 senior pupils from McLaren High School in Callander who have signed up to go to Ghana next year to work on a local community project. Part of the expedition experience is that we have to raise the funds ourselves for the cost of getting there and to provide the money needed by the local project which could be anything from painting a school to building a playground for the children or helping the local teachers.

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