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Target Range Students Visit D.C., NYC on "American Heritage" Trip

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MISSOULA - A group of about 40 Missoula middle school students have journeyed across the country on an "American Heritage Trip" to cap off the school year.

The students are 7th and 8th graders from Target Range School, and they're visiting some of our nation's greatest monuments and historical locations in Washington, D.C. and New York City.

They arrived in D.C. on Sunday, and met Senator Jon Tester at Capitol Hill Monday afternoon.

The group has also visited the White House, the Library of Congress and more.

On Wednesday, the students head to NYC and will visit Times Square Ground Zero and other attractions of the Big Apple.

They'll return home on Friday.

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