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Sometimes we just see some darn cool stuff on Facebook about kids doing something good and we have to share it — like six-year-old Liamani Segura rockin’ the Star Spangled Banner at the St. Catherine’s Vs. Dominican High School basketball game, the kids at Prairie learning how to fence, the winning point by Kelly Thomas at a St. Catherine’s high school basketball game, the celebration of a school principal’s birthday. Enjoy!