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Anthony Weber | Troy Daily NewsNaturalists from the Miami County Park District, including John DeBoer, shown helping Marissa Schleinitz, visited Newton Elementary School Monday for their Water Cycle Program. Second-grade students at Newton, including Mindy Coby's class, made sun hats and designed water cycle boogie T-shirts in preparation for the upcoming Hug the Earth Festival in the spring.
Anthony Weber | Troy Daily NewsNaturalists from the Miami County Park District, including John DeBoer, shown helping Marissa Schleinitz, visited Newton Elementary School Monday for their Water Cycle Program. Second-grade students at Newton, including Mindy Coby's class, made sun hats and designed water cycle boogie T-shirts in preparation for the upcoming Hug the Earth Festival in the spring.
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Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News


Naturalists from the Miami County Park District, including John DeBoer, shown helping Marissa Schleinitz, visited Newton Elementary School Monday for their Water Cycle Program. Second-grade students at Newton, including Mindy Coby’s class, made sun hats and designed water cycle boogie T-shirts in preparation for the upcoming Hug the Earth Festival in the spring.

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