Best Buddies Weave a Close-Knit Community

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Several students showed off their knitted bracelets as Best Buddies teamed up with the Warren Hills Knitting Club for an early morning activity in the library Feb. 10. The purpose of the activity between the two clubs was to foster fun and respect. “It’s fun to interact with people that I normally wouldn’t interact with,” said Junior Walker Heller. Industrial Technology teacher David Rader supplied equipment for the activity. (Photo by John Veneziano)

John Veneziano, Staff Reporter