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‘Bear Bunch’ Visits Earth Science Center

Hardhatted 'Bear Bunch' visits Alexa's Dad The older Bear Bunch children (those who will be leaving Penn College’s Children’s Learning Center for kindergarten this year) traveled to the Schneebeli Earth Science Center this week for a visit arranged by Budd L. Greevy, instructor of diesel equipment technology and father of Alexa Greevy, one of the Bears. The children wore hard hats and safety goggles as they learned all about the giant earth-moving and rock-crushing equipment during their Wednesday adventure. Photo by Joyce B. Shrimp, assistant group leader at the Children’s Learning Center

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