Marathon High School seniors Randy Culmer, 17, and Esteban Sainz, 18, are both happy that school is finally open in the Keys, but they feel that their time would have been better spent at home helping their family recover from the Hurricane Irma. In Marathon, school resumed Sept. 27.
Marathon High School seniors Randy Culmer, 17, and Esteban Sainz, 18, are both happy that school is finally open in the Keys, but they feel that their time would have been better spent at home helping their family recover from the Hurricane Irma. In Marathon, school resumed Sept. 27. Jose A. Iglesias El Nuevo Herald
Marathon High School seniors Randy Culmer, 17, and Esteban Sainz, 18, are both happy that school is finally open in the Keys, but they feel that their time would have been better spent at home helping their family recover from the Hurricane Irma. In Marathon, school resumed Sept. 27. Jose A. Iglesias El Nuevo Herald

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