JACKMAN — Forest Hills Consolidated School eighth graders helped the Jackman Water District with its 20th year open house on Dec. 15.

The students developed a variety of projects on different aspects of the water district’s operation.

On one of the projects, Parker Desjardins and Joey Poulin created a water filter, while Miranda Shelley looked into the history of the water district.

Approximately 30 people attended the open house which included refreshments and door prizes.

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