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Students Collect Money in Friend's Memory

Students Collect Money in Friend's Memory

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SPANISH FORK, Utah (AP) -- Spanish Fork students have done much to keep their friend's memory alive.

Students yesterday presented more than 16-thousand dollars and eleven-hundred backpacks to the parents of Garrett Bardsley, the Boy Scout who has been missing since late August.

The 12-year-old got lost on a Scout trip to the Uinta Mountains

His parents will use the money to build a foundation and a school in Ecuador in Garrett's name.

Even though the official search for Garrett's body has been called off, his family continues to look.

(Copyright 2004 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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