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Cedar Ridge FBLA students give back

JONEBORO, AR (KAIT) – Cedar Ridge students sacrifice their fun for charity.

The members of the Cedar Ridge High School Future Business Leaders of America club took a trip to Office Max in Jonesboro Monday to replace school supplies that were destroyed in the recent school fire.

Cassie Hendrix, a junior at Cedar Ridge High says, "Without other people, we may not have what we had before because it takes years to accumulate all the supplies like we had.  So, it's nice for everyone to chip in and kind of give back to what we had."

The blaze prevented the 12 students from competing in this year's FBLA competition.

The cause of the January 11th fire is still unknown.

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