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Crafting young minds
by Bill Clough
Jun 26, 2013 | 851 views | 0 0 comments | 39 39 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Eleven-year-old Abby Martinez rests not-too-impatiently as Eleanor Allard and Evany Balderas apply wet newsprint to her face to make a mask as part of the Kids College activities this past Thursday afternoon at Coastal Bend College.
Eleven-year-old Abby Martinez rests not-too-impatiently as Eleanor Allard and Evany Balderas apply wet newsprint to her face to make a mask as part of the Kids College activities this past Thursday afternoon at Coastal Bend College.
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Eleven-year-old Abby Martinez rests not-too-impatiently as Eleanor Allard and Evany Balderas apply wet newsprint to her face to make a mask as part of the Kids College activities this past Thursday afternoon at Coastal Bend College.
Eleven-year-old Abby Martinez rests not-too-impatiently as Eleanor Allard and Evany Balderas apply wet newsprint to her face to make a mask as part of the Kids College activities this past Thursday afternoon at Coastal Bend College.
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Eleven-year-old Abby Martinez rests not-too-impatiently as Eleanor Allard and Evany Balderas apply wet newsprint to her face to make a mask as part of the Kids College activities this past Thursday afternoon at Coastal Bend College. This mask will be part of the finale performance for Kids College in the auditorium at CBC at 11:30 a.m. this Thursday. The play, “Electrifying,” about Ben Franklin and under the direction of drama instructor Seana Towner, will be performed by the youth enrolled in the Beeville campus’ five-week program. The idea behind the program is to entice children to continue their education into college.

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