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Brighton Elementary Operate “Longtable”
The four students acting as Brighton Elementary School’s Roundtable in 2006 named themselves the “Brighton Longtable.” (“How can we call ourselves a roundtable when we are meeting at a long table?” they explained.)...
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See Kids Dream administers the Penny Harvest in Ohio in coordination with Common Cents.

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19th Annual Penny Harvest Kicks-off

October 25, 2010
Starting this week, students at a thousand schools nationwide - nearly 500,000 students total - began scouring their homes and neighborhoods for idle pennies as part of the 19th Annual Penny Harvest. From now until Thanksgiving, Penny Harvesters will go door-to-door with their families asking neighbors to help them better their communities by donating spare change.

Penny Harvest Liberty Students Award Grant to Assistance League of Metro Columbus

July 13, 2009
Students in Columbus, Ohio use their Penny harvest funds to support organizations in their community.

Children decide how to help their community with 1.5 Million pennies

January 19, 2009
Students from seven area elementary schools in the Columbus City and Worthington school districts are faced with an exciting challenge. They must now decide how to help their community by giving away over 1.5 million pennies.

Kid's coins add up for charity

December 8, 2008
Students from several local elementary schools gathered yesterday at Columbus' Devonshire Alternative Elementary to celebrate the philanthropic efforts of more than 3,000 central Ohio children.

Did You Know?
Why does the portrait of Abraham Lincoln face to the right when all of the other presidents' portraits face to the left? Lincoln faces right not because of a law, but simply because Lincoln happened to face right in the image Brenner used to design the coin.
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