Asarco makes donation to send students to Washington

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The Hayden (Hambly) Middle School National Junior Honor Society is planning a visit to Washington D.C. in May.  The tour is an experience of a lifetime for sixth through eighth grade students who will gain firsthand awareness and understanding about American History and U.S. government.  The trip will include a visit to the Arlington National Cemetery, Holocaust Museum, Smithsonian Complex, Capitol Hill, Vietnam Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, National Archives, Mount Vernon, Williamsburg and The White House. ASARCO has helped through a donation with this  trip. Pictured from left is: seventh grade teacher Laura E. Lopez, student Aliyana Perez, student Javier Lopez, General Manager Hayden Operations Joe Wilhelm. (Bill Loehr photo)

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