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Kindergartners in Ms. Hetland’s class (from back left, clockwise), Noah Hendelman, Madeline McElroy, Claire Chatalas and Ally Lavin, show off their personally crafted Father’s Day cards. The children were asked to craft images of their fathers and write what made their dad a superhero on the inside of the cards. - Elizabeth Celms/Mercer Island Reporter
Kindergartners in Ms. Hetland’s class (from back left, clockwise), Noah Hendelman, Madeline McElroy, Claire Chatalas and Ally Lavin, show off their personally crafted Father’s Day cards. The children were asked to craft images of their fathers and write what made their dad a superhero on the inside of the cards.
— image credit: Elizabeth Celms/Mercer Island Reporter

Kindergartners in Ms. Hetland’s class (from back left, clockwise), Noah Hendelman, Madeline McElroy, Claire Chatalas and Ally Lavin, show off their personally crafted Father’s Day cards. The children were asked to craft images of their fathers and write what made their dad a superhero on the inside of the cards.

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