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Weeklong celebration puts focus on CLC’s daily importance

Through a variety of activities this past week, Penn College’s nationally accredited Dunham Children’s Learning Center celebrated the services and support it offers to youngsters, families and the campus community. The center, which also serves as a learning laboratory for early childhood education students, joined its counterparts across the country in observing National Campus Children’s Centers Week (Oct. 8-12).

– Photos by Barbara J. Albert, center director; group leader Neva E. Simcox;
assistant group leaders Michelle Cowher and Valerie L. Vonada;
and Jennifer A. Cline, writer/magazine editor

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