Marcus Students Return Kind Gesture with Cranes

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    Marcus High School students make paper cranes for Japanese students as a sign of peace following the recent eqrthquakes in that area.

    Marcus High School students are showing their support for a Japanese middle school effected by the recent earthquakes.

    The students have prepared over 2,000 paper crans to send to the Nuharu Village Middle School in Japan as a sign of peace and support for the area.

    The cranes are also a way for Marcus High to say thank you for the generosity they were shown when the Nuharu Village school sent cranes to Marcus after the 9/11 terror attacks.

    The paper cranes Nuharu Village Middle School sent to Marcus are still on display as a large mobile in the school's library.