A group of sixth-graders at Lincoln Middle School in Portland fold a large, paper crane during the final day of the school year on Friday, June 20. Students made about 1,000 paper cranes, including four large ones, to promote peace between peers. The large ones were made with 10-by-10-foot sheets of paper.
Sixth-grader Dalena Nguyen, center, puts the finishing touches on a large paper crane during the final day of the school year at Lincoln Middle School in Portland on June 20.
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