Rebecca De Leon, communications director for the Community Council of Idaho, hands out free Thanksgiving turkeys at the council’s Head Start location in Caldwell. Head Start is the council’s largest program, with 10 centers in cities along the I-84 corridor.
Rebecca De Leon, communications director for the Community Council of Idaho, hands out free Thanksgiving turkeys at the council’s Head Start location in Caldwell. Head Start is the council’s largest program, with 10 centers in cities along the I-84 corridor. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
Rebecca De Leon, communications director for the Community Council of Idaho, hands out free Thanksgiving turkeys at the council’s Head Start location in Caldwell. Head Start is the council’s largest program, with 10 centers in cities along the I-84 corridor. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

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