Keystone College students visit Helping Hands Learning Center for Easter

For Abington Journal | April 19th, 2017 3:08 pm

CLARKS SUMMIT — Keystone College students volunteered their time helping children create Easter-themed arts and crafts at the Helping Hands Learning Center April 11.

Keystone College student Nyasia Smith, of Tobyhanna, and Justin Duggan, of Clarks Summit, create an Easter egg at the Helping Hands Learning Center April 11.
http://www.theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_ABJ-KEY-Helping-Hands-1.jpgKeystone College student Nyasia Smith, of Tobyhanna, and Justin Duggan, of Clarks Summit, create an Easter egg at the Helping Hands Learning Center April 11. Submitted photos
Keystone College student Ryann Lewis, of La Plume, spends time creating Easter arts and crafts with Leelia Stranko, of Elmhurst, at the Helping Hands Learning Center.
http://www.theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_ABJ-KEY-Helping-Hands-2.jpgKeystone College student Ryann Lewis, of La Plume, spends time creating Easter arts and crafts with Leelia Stranko, of Elmhurst, at the Helping Hands Learning Center. Submitted photos
Maria Fanning, Coordinator of Civic Engagement and Service Learning at Keystone College, and Sricharan Alavala, of South Abington Township, design an Easter egg with a baby chick.
http://www.theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_ABJ-KEY-Helping-Hands-3.jpgMaria Fanning, Coordinator of Civic Engagement and Service Learning at Keystone College, and Sricharan Alavala, of South Abington Township, design an Easter egg with a baby chick. Submitted photos

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Information provided by Maria Fanning, Coordinator of Civic Engagement and Service Learning at Keystone College.


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