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Photo: Getting a jump on the holiday

Bearing gifts: Brooke Escalera, 16, carries roses while Tristan Clark, 16, snuggles a stuffed panda bear as they walk to morning classes at Ferris High School in Spokane on Thursday. Clark was planning to surprise his girlfriend, Megan Wallace, with the gifts for Valentine’s Day. Wallace is also a Ferris student. Clark purchased the panda from Kmart, and the roses came from Safeway. (Dan Pelle)
Bearing gifts: Brooke Escalera, 16, carries roses while Tristan Clark, 16, snuggles a stuffed panda bear as they walk to morning classes at Ferris High School in Spokane on Thursday. Clark was planning to surprise his girlfriend, Megan Wallace, with the gifts for Valentine’s Day. Wallace is also a Ferris student. Clark purchased the panda from Kmart, and the roses came from Safeway. (Dan Pelle)
Bearing gifts: Brooke Escalera, 16, carries roses while Tristan Clark, 16, snuggles a stuffed panda bear as they walk to morning classes at Ferris High School in Spokane on Thursday. Clark was planning to surprise his girlfriend, Megan Wallace, with the gifts for Valentine’s Day. Wallace is also a Ferris student. Clark purchased the panda from Kmart, and the roses came from Safeway.
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