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(Elizabeth Lewis - Daily Press)

(Elizabeth Lewis – Daily Press)

Central Elementary School students, from left, Eliseo Aguilar, Jed Coats and Aubri Aguilar hold up books donated to the school by community members who wished to remain anonymous. The books were donated in honor of Marcos Morillon, Bob Burgess and Marquise’ Weast. “It’s great for our students to remember who these people were,” Tammy Davis, principal of Central, said. “These books will be great to have in our library.”