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Students Join Regional Educators at Meeting, Tuneful Workshop

Students, teachers work together to create skit Nancy A. Grausam, assistant professor of early childhood education, left, joins students Amanda L. Kelly and Vanessa L. Walter in working on their instruments Early childhood education students show off their musical creationsPreschool, Head Start and child-care teachers from an eight-county area of Central Pennsylvania met in Penn’s Inn on Wednesday evening for their annual meeting and a workshop with K.J. Reimensnyder-Wagner, area musician and songwriter. They were joined by more than 30 Penn College students enrolled in the early childhood education major. All participants sang, mimed and made musical instruments out of recycled materials. Photos by Barbara J. Albert, early childhood education program specialist

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