Students attending Little Blessings Preschool include, from left, Levi Jones, Jackson Sayre, Cade Mills, Terrance Cabrara, Joshua Barber, Abagail Fontanilla, Andrew Cruz, Reggie Medina, Millie Miller and Isabella Davis.
Students attending Little Blessings Preschool include, from left, Levi Jones, Jackson Sayre, Cade Mills, Terrance Cabrara, Joshua Barber, Abagail Fontanilla, Andrew Cruz, Reggie Medina, Millie Miller and Isabella Davis. Joy Judd Special to Sierra Star
Students attending Little Blessings Preschool include, from left, Levi Jones, Jackson Sayre, Cade Mills, Terrance Cabrara, Joshua Barber, Abagail Fontanilla, Andrew Cruz, Reggie Medina, Millie Miller and Isabella Davis. Joy Judd Special to Sierra Star

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