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During a class at The Castle, teens play and learn from a bingo type game where they have to answer a definition given by the teacher correctly, and the questions are all connected to addiction issues. During a class at The Castle, teens play and learn from a bingo type game where they have to answer a definition given by the teacher correctly, and the questions are all connected to addiction issues. (Michele McDonald/Globe Staff)
By Steve Hatch
Globe Correspondent / December 11, 2008

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In a sunny, brightly painted room, four teenagers sat playing a different kind of bingo. (Full article: 1119 words)

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