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Fourth-graders make puzzles for Highland Manor residents


February 19. 2013 11:30PM
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Mary Alice Endler's fourth-grade students from St. Nicholas-St. Mary School, Wilkes-Barre, have been working on a special puzzle project for the residents of Highland Manor Nursing Home, Exeter. The students completed and signed the puzzles and Kathy Plucas, project coordinator, glued, framed and presented them to the residents. The students will continue the project after the holidays. With their puzzle projects, from left, first row, are Michael Rodyushken, Emma Kelleher, Kelci Kuren, Amanda Feher, Lexy Curtin and Michael Brown. Second row: Raphael Mosely-Boncy, Grace Parsons, Mariel Schramm, Ian Edlervon Lerch and Mercedes Venski. Third row: Endler and Plucas.




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