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Head Start students showcase what they’re learning at open houses

April 15, 2013

(Photo by Destiny Pifer/The Punxsutawney Spirit)

Punxsutawney Head Start Centers I, II and III and Early Head Start and Pre-K Counts Center, held an open house on Monday afternoon.

The open house gave students a chance to show what they are learning as well as what they do on a daily basis.

The event was also open to community members who may have been looking for a place to send their children.

“This is a nice opportunity for people to come and see what we're all about," said Autumn Reddinger, faculty member.

Pictured is Jazzmin Shaffer, age 3, of Punxsutawney, learning about different shapes.

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