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WBZ’s Paula Ebben scores Obama sit-down

Michelle Obama interviewed by Paula Ebben at the White House.

Official White House Photo by Lawrence Jackson

Michelle Obama interviewed by Paula Ebben at the White House.

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WBZ’s Paula Ebben followed five students from the Arthur D. Healey School in Somerville to Washington, D.C., last week to watch them help first lady Michelle Obama plant herbs and vegetables in the White House kitchen garden. The kids — Ariana Docanto, Gabriela Lopez Arias, Sarah Sweeting, Lana Popovic, and Brian Chan — were invited to the White House because of their commitment to gardens at school and at home.

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