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By Nina Grossman

Strong Start, Literacy Day and more!


Agassiz library supervisor Terrill Scott delighted little bookworms with a reading of “If You Give a Dog a Doughnut” at the Family Literacy Day event at Kent Elementary School Jan. 25. Students from Seabird Island and Agassiz Christian joined Kent students for a morning of snacks, stories and a special visit from a magician. Nina Grossman/The Observer
Ella Drewes,3, and Frog, tell a fascinating story in theatre at their very own puppet show. Drewes participates in Strong Start, a school-based early learning program facilitated at Kent Elementary School from Monday to Friday from 12:00 pm-3:00 pm. The program is adult participation oriented and is open to all children aged 0-5. (Submitted/Jacoba Schroevers)
Julianna Dome, 3, enjoys the sand table at Strong Start, a school based early learning program facilitated at Kent Elementary School from Monday-Friday from 12:00 pm-3:00 pm. The program is adult participation oriented and is open to all children aged 0-5. (Submitted/Jacoba Schroevers)
The first performance of the 2018 season of the Cheam Vista Classical Concerts delighted the packed Agassiz Christian Reformed Church Jan. 25. The Vancouver Chamber Choir filled the high ceilings of the church with their other-worldly singing voices. (Nina Grossman/The Observer)

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