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Georgetown students raise money to help maintenance worker fulfill his dream

A Georgetown University student group called Unsung Heroes works to acknowledge campus employees such as janitors, bus drivers and security guards. The group raised funds to help Oneil Batchelor, a Jamaican immigrant and facilities employee with starting a catering business, a life-long dream.
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