Youngsters get first-hand look at how part of community functions
New Albany Elementary School kindergarten students got a behind-the-scenes look at how various local public services function as part of Community Day Friday. The students went on a walking tour of the downtown area visiting locations such as City Hall, the police department, UCDA, courthouse, First United Methodist Church and getting an up-close look at a fire truck and fire-fighting equipment. In addition to learning about the various offices and departments, the children were able to have refreshments at the Methodist Church while teacher Amy Welborn read stories.
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