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Fourth-graders from Roosevelt Elementary School visited their pen pals Wednesday at the Heritage Centre in Jamestown. The students provided musical entertainment and shared treats with the residents. This was a two-year relationship between the class and the Heritage Centre residents. It’s part of the Art for Life program, which pairs the Arts Center and a local elder-care center to bring arts activities to its residents. John M. Steiner / The Sun

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Music for pen pals
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Fourth-graders from Roosevelt Elementary School visited their pen pals Wednesday at the Heritage Centre in Jamestown. The students provided musical entertainment and shared treats with the residents. This was a two-year relationship between the class and the Heritage Centre residents. It’s part of the Art for Life program, which pairs the Arts Center and a local elder-care center to bring arts activities to its residents.  John M. Steiner / The Sun

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John Steiner
John M. Steiner.  I have been the photographer for The Jamestown Sun since December, 1991.
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