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Local students will perform random acts of kindness in Albany

Local students will perform random acts of kindness in Albany

September 06, 2019 03:45 AM

Students at Green Tech High will be paying it forward on Friday.    

About 400 students will be performing random acts of kindness throughout Albany.    

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They will help people pump gas, give out food, and walk dogs all around the city.    

Principal and CEO of the high school, Doctor Paul Miller, says that in order to combat violence in Albany, they want to send out a strong message of positivity.

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