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Members of the Keystone College community in La Plume are hoping to bring some normalcy to the lives of the surviving children of Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut by participating in the Snowflakes for Sandy Hook initiative. Launched by the Connecticut Parent Teacher Association, the initiative invites individuals to create snowflakes to decorate the walls of the new school that Sandy Hook students will attend in Monroe, Conn. The goal is to have students welcomed back by a winter wonderland with the entire school decorated by snowflakes.Members of the Keystone community participating in project include, seated from left: 2012 Keystone graduate Larry Clark; Tanya Morgan, college counselor; Jennifer Kretsch, administrative specialist to the vice president of academic affairs and Lucilia McConkey, director of student activities. Standing: Lori King, area coordinator; Ken Lastowka, assistant director of residence life and coordinator of student conduct; Alissa Lastres, career outreach assistant; Shirley Michaels, assistant to the vice president of student affairs and study abroad coordinator; Robert Griffin, area coordinator; Chris OConnor, Career Development Center assistant director; Lucas Taylor, assistant director of student activities and coordinator of diversity and campus ministry and Dr. Robert Perkins, vice president of student affairs and dean of students.

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