Keystone College Service Club members volunteer at Helping Hands Learning Center for Martin Luther King Day program


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Brady Brown, of Clarks Summit, peeks through the window of a cardboard ‘Rosa Parks bus’ during a Martin Luther King Day program presented by Keystone College students on Jan. 26 at Helping Hands Learning Center.


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Austin Chiochio, of Scranton, checks out the ‘Rosa Parks bus’ Keystone College students brought to the Helping Hands Learning Center in Clarks Summit.


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Alex Evers, of Clarks Summit, takes his turn in a cardboard bus made by Keystone College students for a Martin Luther King Day program at Helping Hands Learning Center.


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Keystone College Service club members volunteer for the Martin Luther King Day program at Helping Hands Learning Center. From left, Eddy Enowbi, of Silver Spring, Maryland; Angela Sicina, of Eldred, New York; Marisa Vasquez, of Katy, Texas; Kelly Gordon, of Hallstead; Kristy Johnson, of Lords Valley; and Madeline Ferrara, of Scranton. Peeking through the window of the cardboard ‘Rosa Parks bus’ is Temitope Adesanya, of Tobyhanna.


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CLARKS SUMMIT — Keystone College students visited Helping Hands Learning Center for a service activity on Jan. 26. The college students presented an interactive Martin Luther King Day program to the children.

Brady Brown, of Clarks Summit, peeks through the window of a cardboard ‘Rosa Parks bus’ during a Martin Luther King Day program presented by Keystone College students on Jan. 26 at Helping Hands Learning Center.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_ABJ-Helping-Hands-1.jpgBrady Brown, of Clarks Summit, peeks through the window of a cardboard ‘Rosa Parks bus’ during a Martin Luther King Day program presented by Keystone College students on Jan. 26 at Helping Hands Learning Center. Submitted photos

Austin Chiochio, of Scranton, checks out the ‘Rosa Parks bus’ Keystone College students brought to the Helping Hands Learning Center in Clarks Summit.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_ABJ-Helping-Hands-2.jpgAustin Chiochio, of Scranton, checks out the ‘Rosa Parks bus’ Keystone College students brought to the Helping Hands Learning Center in Clarks Summit. Submitted photos

Alex Evers, of Clarks Summit, takes his turn in a cardboard bus made by Keystone College students for a Martin Luther King Day program at Helping Hands Learning Center.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_ABJ-Helping-Hands-3.jpgAlex Evers, of Clarks Summit, takes his turn in a cardboard bus made by Keystone College students for a Martin Luther King Day program at Helping Hands Learning Center. Submitted photos

Keystone College Service club members volunteer for the Martin Luther King Day program at Helping Hands Learning Center. From left, Eddy Enowbi, of Silver Spring, Maryland; Angela Sicina, of Eldred, New York; Marisa Vasquez, of Katy, Texas; Kelly Gordon, of Hallstead; Kristy Johnson, of Lords Valley; and Madeline Ferrara, of Scranton. Peeking through the window of the cardboard ‘Rosa Parks bus’ is Temitope Adesanya, of Tobyhanna.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_ABJ-Helping-Hands-4.jpgKeystone College Service club members volunteer for the Martin Luther King Day program at Helping Hands Learning Center. From left, Eddy Enowbi, of Silver Spring, Maryland; Angela Sicina, of Eldred, New York; Marisa Vasquez, of Katy, Texas; Kelly Gordon, of Hallstead; Kristy Johnson, of Lords Valley; and Madeline Ferrara, of Scranton. Peeking through the window of the cardboard ‘Rosa Parks bus’ is Temitope Adesanya, of Tobyhanna. Submitted photos

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