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December 19, 2021

The Kids at Independence Elementary

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Written by: Bob Guere
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“Fixing” Kern County is a herculean task that must involve approaching every problem from a variety of angles. This morning we focused on education by spending some quality time with the 2nd graders of Independence Elementary School. Small moves lil ethos will make a huge difference in the long run as we are helping to make rescue “cool” and bring the vocabulary into the hearts and minds of the next generation! Great Day!


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