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Brookside Village Senior Living Community resident Dorothy Seitz received a hug from Holy Family School second-grader Caroline Kieffner after Caroline’s class painted pumpkins for the residents Wednesday. “They are doing such a good job and they are so well behaved,” Seitz said. She rewarded them each with a Hershey’s Kiss. …

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