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Different Breed of Instructional ‘Lab’ Provides Hands-On Experience


A campus VIP (Very Important Pet) gently teaches important lessons to youngsters.
A campus VIP (Very Important Pet) gently teaches important lessons to youngsters.

Some members of the Dunham Children’s Learning Center “Bird’s Nest” learned how to approach a dog and pet it gently, thanks to a Friday morning visit from Tina M. Zechman, a second-shift General Services custodian, and her Labrador retriever, Harley.
Photo by Regina G. Andes, assistant group leader, Children’s Learning Center

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