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Rehoboth Learning Center art show benefits Habitat

March 04, 2013
  • Front row, from left, Paige Henson, Brayden Bridges, Isabell Martin, Lennon Capacchione, Olivia Roccograndi, Leila Mielke and Lily VanMetre. Second row, Christian Butler, Rylan Swartz, Portia Flynn, Willow Jenkins, Austin Suchy, Ruby Aleshire, Katheryn Glunt, Alex Telford and Becca Burford from Habitat for Humanity of Washington County. Third row, Adyson Seymour, Alexis Ferguson, Eva Gearhart, Morgan Paulsen, Rebecca Jones, Kylie Kerns, Meredith Jones and McKenna Dash. Fourth row, Kaitlyn Poffenberger, Elizabeth Sheffler, David Keller, Riley Bard, Parker Bard, Noah Hall, Greenley Aleshire, Mason Jenkins and Isaiah Douglas. Back row, Ryan Douglas, Luke Malott, Tyler Carpenter, Jordan Davis, Logan Carpenter and Christopher Glunt.
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The children at Rehoboth Learning Center in Williamsport held an art show/sale in January at the Desert Rose Café. 

The proceeds, totaling $400, were donated to Habitat for Humanity of Washington County. 

Becca Burford from Habitat visited the children on Feb. 18 to accept the donation and tell the children about what Habitat for Humanity does for families. 

The children had a lesson in loving others and unselfishness while sharing their artistic abilities with the community.

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