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Letter to the Editor
Monday, July 22, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
 

Penn State New Kensington biology faculty members Bill Hamilton and Deborah Sillman recently presented a biology workshop for the Natrona Comes Together children's summer reading program in Natrona Park.

They engaged the children in conversations, games and creature building crafts. One child now dreams of becoming an entomologist; others have been inspired to go to college.

Thanks to the volunteers from the PSNK Biology Department.

Monica Ridener

New Kensington

The writer is the NCTA Reading Program coordinator.

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