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Home Away From Home Homeschoolers Program offered at library


Socialization and interaction with other children was the reason Amy McCauley, of Roseville, has her children, Olivia, 7, and Mason, 5, attend the program.
"It's a great program. We were living north of Columbus but they didn't do experiments like this. Being new to the area, it's important to get the kids out to meet other kids. It's good for us (mothers) to make friends, too," Amy said.

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