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Early Childhood Students Take Part in Library Wing’s Opening


Student Kelly A. Hakes and friend have fun with crafts Dugout Student Tiffany L. Williams shares information about healthy snacks Twelve Penn College early childhood education students volunteered at Saturday’s grand opening of the James V. Brown Library’s Kathryn Siegel-Welch Children’s Wing. They assisted children with crafts and making snacks, and also guided Dugout, the Little League mascot, as he visited with attendees. The day’s activities provided students with an opportunity to interact with families in the community.
Photos by Barbara J. Albert, program specialist, early childhood education

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