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April 23, 2014 | 3,180 views | 1 comment

East Central Independent School District students, on an April 22 Earth Day field trip to the Tessman Road Landfill in San Antonio, send some encouragement to the San Antonio Spurs on their "Drive for Five." Upon the Spurs Coyote's arrival at the event, the youngsters erupt into a "Go Spurs Go" chant.

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