PHOTOS: Local children ‘Thank a Hero’ |

PHOTOS: Local children ‘Thank a Hero’

To help honor and recognize the efforts of first responders and health care workers in our community, the Early Childhood Network created the “Thank a Hero” project.

Early Childhood Network Coach Soira Ceja said the project was a creative opportunity for children to write letters and create artwork recognizing the efforts of local essential workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

For more information about the Early Childhood Network, go to their website here.

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