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April 14th visit International School of Boston

On Sun, Apr 17, 2016 at 8:24 AM, Friends of Alewife Reservation wrote:

Hello ISBoston,
Ken, Caroline, Joyce and Headmaster,

We were thrilled with the hard work and broad accomplishments of the ISBos.

Students worked hard, long and had fun at the same time. They learned while enjoying, and best of all, doing a community service for us.

Ellen Mass
Friends of Alewife Reservation


From: Joyce Latapie
Subject: Re: April 14th visit International School of Boston
Date: April 26, 2016 at 3:23:19 PM EDT
To: Friends of Alewife Reservation

Dear Ellen,

Thank you so much for hosting our students, they all came back to school thrilled with their experience, proud of their hard work, and having learned about the environment.

Your time and efforts helped to make the day a success!

Thank you for sharing this day. Due to the overwhelming success and the positive feedback from both the students and staff, we have decided to make this an annual event. We sincerely hope that you will consider continuing as a partner next year.

Kind regards,



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