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    West Sacramento elementary school student Leah Nelson has created pay-it-forward kindness campaign that is set to get national exposure. "Becuz I care" asks people to do something nice for someone then give the recipient a bracelet and card asking them to pay it forward.

West Sacramento elementary school student Leah Nelson has created pay-it-forward kindness campaign that is set to get national exposure. "Becuz I care" asks people to do something nice for someone then give the recipient a bracelet and card asking them to pay it forward. Ed Fletcher The Sacramento Bee
West Sacramento elementary school student Leah Nelson has created pay-it-forward kindness campaign that is set to get national exposure. "Becuz I care" asks people to do something nice for someone then give the recipient a bracelet and card asking them to pay it forward. Ed Fletcher The Sacramento Bee

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