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Class with critters

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Class with critters

Greg Olson of Critters & Co. holds Mandy, a Great Horned Owl that was hit by a car and lost an eye, during a presentation for some Eagle View Elementary School students on Friday, Sept. 13, in the gym. The presentation was titled “Attitudes Make a Difference,” and Olson used Mandy and several other live critters, including a bird, tortoise and wallaby, to teach students what having the right attitude can do for them.

PHOTO BY NANCY VOGT

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