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Students in Eureka skip classes to help beautify their town

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Students in Eureka skip classes to help beautify their town

Hundreds of kids cut class this week in Eureka, Kansas but it was all for a good cause.

The students teamed up with community members for a local initiative to beautify the town. The school partnered with Myreka for the fifth year in a row. It's an initiative that has been working on cleaning up main street and other areas of town. The goal is to make Eureka more attractive to residents and encourage growth in the community.

FOX Kansas News at 9 reporter Tiffany Lane was in Eureka as groups were hard at work and shares this report in the video posted above.

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