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Tamaqua Rotary provides Kid Print to kindergarteners

  • ANDREW LEIBENGUTH/SPECIAL TO THE TIMES NEWS Rush Elementary School students Mia Jones, 5, left, and Aaron Rolko, 5, right, both from Diane Michalik's kindergarten class, get fingerprinted by Rush Township Police Officer Dwayne Frederick during the…
    ANDREW LEIBENGUTH/SPECIAL TO THE TIMES NEWS Rush Elementary School students Mia Jones, 5, left, and Aaron Rolko, 5, right, both from Diane Michalik's kindergarten class, get fingerprinted by Rush Township Police Officer Dwayne Frederick during the Tamaqua Rotary Club's annual Kid Print.
Published November 12. 2010 05:00PM

Hundreds of Tamaqua kindergarteners at the St. Jerome, West Penn, and Rush Township schools were photographed for the Tamaqua Rotary Club's annual Kid Print.

Parents of kindergarteners received a still image, which also shows the height of their child to be used in case they went missing.

The Tamaqua Rotary Club works every year with the Tamaqua, Rush Township, and West Penn Township Police Departments to provide this service.

Police officers fingerprint each child as well.

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