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October 25, 2007

Sylvester - - Some Worth County students are preparing for a special trip and you can help them make it.

The Worth County Middle School chorus was invited to compete in the Heritage Festival of Gold in New York City during Spring Break.

They're trying to get the word out early so people can donate for the trip. Each student will have to pay more than $800 dollars, but they won't let the cost stop them.  

"I'm really excited about it because I've never been to New York or anything. Were going to compete in the festival and hopefully we'll place. Its really important to us its like a stepping stone for us," says 8th grader Coribith Sutton.

The chorus won the regional title in a middle school competition last year. They're hoping that good luck follows them in April.

If you'd like to donate to the trip, contact Worth County Middle School.

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