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MHS students still awaiting 'rescue'
Photo supplied Monroe High School students Eleanor Nesimoglu, Garrett Wyss and Meaghan Tomasiewicz huddle inside their only garbage bag trying to keep warm this weekend at The Rescue in Chicago. They took no other supplies except the clothes on their backs to help raise awareness of abducted children forced to fight in Uganda. The Chicago abductees were awaiting rescue, which had not come as of Tuesday.
MONROE - "Abducted" students participating in The Rescue in Chicago still were not "rescued" as of Tuesday, according to Sarah Domres, Monroe High School International Studies teacher. More than 20 Monroe High school students participated in The Rescue, an international campaign to raise awareness about the 30,000 African children, ages 8 to 14, who have been kidnapped and forced to fight in Uganda.