Abington Journal

Volunteers from Keystone College visit Helping Hands Learning Center

CLARKS SUMMIT — The Keystone Service Club members visit Helping Hands Learning Center once each month throughout the academic year. Keystone College students enjoy spending time with the young children, encouraging them to enjoy reading books and doing arts and crafts related to the theme of the month. This month the theme was Easter.

Amelia Kondrat, left, of Clarks Summit visits with to Keystone College student Donyae Loring, of Scranton.
https://www.theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/web1_ABJ-Key-Daycare-1.jpgAmelia Kondrat, left, of Clarks Summit visits with to Keystone College student Donyae Loring, of Scranton. Submitted photo
Keystone College student Amelia Ealo, of Jermyn, holds up the book she read to the pre-school group at the Helping Hands Learning Center. Standing next to her is Justin Duggan, of Clarks Summit.
https://www.theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/web1_ABJ-Key-Daycare-2.jpgKeystone College student Amelia Ealo, of Jermyn, holds up the book she read to the pre-school group at the Helping Hands Learning Center. Standing next to her is Justin Duggan, of Clarks Summit. Submitted photo
From left, Amelia Ealo, Keystone College student; Kathy Bunnell, director of Helping Hands Learning Center; preschool student Quinn Manning, of North Abington Township; and Keystone College student Rachel Johnson, of Tunkhannock.
https://www.theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/web1_ABJ-Key-Daycare-3.jpgFrom left, Amelia Ealo, Keystone College student; Kathy Bunnell, director of Helping Hands Learning Center; preschool student Quinn Manning, of North Abington Township; and Keystone College student Rachel Johnson, of Tunkhannock. Submitted photo
Volunteers from Keystone College visit Helping Hands Learning Center in Clarks Summit are, from left, Destiny Yancey, Siara Valentine, Maya Sanders, Kayla Griffith, Austin Sperry, Alex Chronowski, Kelly Gordon, Rachel Johnson, Amelia Ealo, Donyae Loring and Amber Smith (kneeling).
https://www.theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/web1_ABJ-Key-Daycare-4.jpgVolunteers from Keystone College visit Helping Hands Learning Center in Clarks Summit are, from left, Destiny Yancey, Siara Valentine, Maya Sanders, Kayla Griffith, Austin Sperry, Alex Chronowski, Kelly Gordon, Rachel Johnson, Amelia Ealo, Donyae Loring and Amber Smith (kneeling). Submitted photo