Sycamore Reflections ‘Together We Can’

Reflections from the second grade

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Sycamore Ridge School’s PTA sponsored the 2010-11 Reflections exhibit and reception titled “Together We Can…” April 29 at the school.
Event co-chairs were Eileen Lundquist and Janet Ross. Photos: Jon Clark

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