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July 27, 2014 10:31 PM

Education Notebook: First Presbyterian to offer after-school classes to adults, students

Beginning this fall, First Presbyterian Day School will offer after-school learning opportunities for students and adults. It will give students and adults a chance to learn something new, try out a hobby or expand their knowledge, according to a news release.

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