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CGP Students Adopt ‘Christmas Families’

The Cooperstown Graduate Program adopted two children from the community to shop for this holiday season. CGP students presented the gifts to Kathy Allen from the Christmas Families Program at the First Presbyterian Church of Cooperstown. This year was the first year the students and faculty participated in the Christmas Families Program and they look forward to participating again next year. Pictured above are Falicia Eddy, Matt Wagner, Kimberly McCleary, Kwasi Agyemang, Alex Sniffen and Kathy Allen.
The Cooperstown Graduate Program adopted two children from the community to shop for this holiday season. CGP students presented the gifts to Kathy Allen from the Christmas Families Program at the First Presbyterian Church of Cooperstown. This year was the first year the students and faculty participated in the Christmas Families Program and they look forward to participating again next year. Pictured above, from left, are Falicia Eddy, Matt Wagner, Kimberly McCleary, Kwasi Agyemang, Alex Sniffen and Kathy Allen.

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