We wanted to extend our appreciation to Drexel for helping us prepare our class projects; having so many hands with us helped us complete a number of tasks.
Here are the Drexel University administrator-volunteers working alongside with our staff to cut out model houses and paper plate animals, create pom-pom-animal bookmarks and paper-bag trees, prepare dream catchers, and sort materials for our preschool class!
An additional thank you for their generous donation of fabric!
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