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The art students of Yough High School have beautifully painted the West Newton Senior Center’s windows for the coming winter season.

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The Yough High School art class youth (pictured in no particular order): Savannah Wilhelm, Lauren Kenderes, Kaia Abramski, Jazmine Benner, Brooke Nielson, Madison Keselyak, Jeanie Biddy, Michelle Bowers, Kaylin Ritenour, Jonnie Ustazewski

Take some time this holiday season to swing by the Center and take a look at our windows lovingly crafted by the talented hands of your local youth. Then come on in for a warm cup of coffee (or cold soda depending on the weather that day), sit a spell, and enjoy the company of others.  It may not be Christmastime yet, but it’s never too early to enjoy the companionship of your fellow neighbors and the kindness of strangers.

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