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Young Americans help Prešov children

A HUNDRED young Americans, the children of U.S. soldiers deployed in European NATO bases, have been helping out with projects in Prešov, the SITA newswire wrote.

That’s quite a bench: young Americans have been helping schools in Prešov.That’s quite a bench: young Americans have been helping schools in Prešov. (Source: SITA)

A HUNDRED young Americans, the children of U.S. soldiers deployed in European NATO bases, have been helping out with projects in Prešov, the SITA newswire wrote.

Working at the Bajkalská elementary school they put up a fence and landscaped some of the grounds, and at a separate elementary school and kindergarten for autistic children they built a new playground.

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