'How I Learned to Drive' shines light on issue of child abuse; 'Try It Tuesday' encourages Dexter students to eat healthy new foods
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From a play about child abuse to a program that encourages Dexter pupils to try healthy new foods, here's a roundup of some of the stories posted on AnnArbor.com’s Community Wall this week:
By: Catherine Zudak: See "How I Learned to Drive"
Anyone confused about the Penn State scandal should see "How I Learned to Drive, at Ann Arbor Civic Theatre this weekend. It so clearly demonstrates how the abuser can lure a child in with love and attention.
By: Jill Boydston: Try It Tuesday - Dexter Community Schools
Fruit and veggie sampling will be a year-long event that will be provided to all K-6 students. The Move Forward Program has many objectives, one is to increase the consumption of healthful foods, particularly vegetables and fruits.
By: Molly Stamos: Free Holiday Boot Camp for Toys For Tots
By: Jill Boydston: Wylie Elementary School, Dexter
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