Who doesn’t like new clothes? Students at Kikeneani Primary School wouldn’t have been happier with new uniforms from Boise if they’d been made of gold lame.
Who doesn’t like new clothes? Students at Kikeneani Primary School wouldn’t have been happier with new uniforms from Boise if they’d been made of gold lame. Provided by Tim Woodward
Who doesn’t like new clothes? Students at Kikeneani Primary School wouldn’t have been happier with new uniforms from Boise if they’d been made of gold lame. Provided by Tim Woodward

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