Mass. elementary-school students make case for would-be state groundhog

01/9/2014 | Wicked Local

Students at Hunnewell Elementary School in Wellesley, Mass., recently spoke before state representatives to make their case for why a bill should be passed to name Drumlin Farms' resident Ms. G. as the state's official groundhog. The bill is sponsored by Rep. Alice Peisch. "I see this as a real vehicle for the students to learn about civics and meteorology. It's a great way for them to learn about the legal process at a young age," Peisch said.

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