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JC students use puppets to teach about differences

Published 12/10/2010, The Jamestown Sun

Two Jamestown College classes used puppets this week to convey the message of acceptance of disabilities, or students with exceptionalities, in schools for the final project for their education class. “I really liked it, they had some really, really great parts,” said 10-year-old Annavah Cole, who attended one of the puppet shows Thursday. Deb Kercher, parent co-instructor and professional puppeteer, said teaching children was the ultimate goal of the project.

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