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Thanks to Maxwell Chase, Class of 2019

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Luke Lamond, Class of 2019

This November 11th marked the Great Barrington Rudolf Steiner School’s 45th annual Holiday Handcraft fair. Our High School holds a booth there each year, selling popcorn and hot chocolate to benefit any of our endeavors.

One student stayed for the entire multiple-hour period, diligently serving, and The Globe would like to thank Maxwell Chase for taking the time out of his day to help our school. Ms. Brossard praised:

“Maxwell completely carried the day. He was there from start to finish, gracious and helpful the entire time. He knew how to work the popcorn machine, dealt with customers perfectly, he cleaned the oil kettle at the end, and was just an absolute joy.”

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