Harry Hurst students find new way to snack

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Adam Duhe, Baleigh Sellers, Dylan Foret, Brice LLewellyn, Kaitlin Deville and Hannah Cawyer.
Adam Duhe, Baleigh Sellers, Dylan Foret, Brice LLewellyn, Kaitlin Deville and Hannah Cawyer.
Kaitlin Deville advised her students in playing a game that involves moving a cookie from your forehead to your mouth using only your facial muscles.

This game requires patience and communication, but Deville said the game always ends in laughter.




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