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Greenville Pre-K Receives Quilts from Senior Citizens

Janet Bailey's Pre-K class of Greenville Elementary have been learning a lot in just the first few weeks of the new school year. From cooking to aquatic gardens, these little tykes are expanding their minds each day they enter the classroom. The nine students also received a quilt of their own from senior citizens Matilda Thompson and Gertrude Redding. “These women are 90 years old and still nurturing children,” said Bailey.

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1. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photos By Selina Iglesias, August 25, 2015 Above: Janet Bailey's Pre-K students pose with handmade quilts they received from two senior citizens in Madison County. Pictured, from lef to right, are: Hayden McNutt, Mohammad Diane, Ah'zyon Murray, Christian Robinson, Jaedyn Hughes, Virgina McCarthy, Malcolm Cook and Braxton Lee. Right: Pre-K student Eyonnah Crumite holds her quilt up proudly before going to breakfast.

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