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Sixty preschoolers from the Vista Neighborhood get a jump on kindergarten in November 2015 through the Energize Our Neighborhoods Pre-K project, a partnership of the city of Boise, the Boise School District and others. The project earned Boise a City Achievement Award from the Association of Idaho Cities in the Youth category. Bill Roberts broberts@idahostatesman.com

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