Matthew Erickson hugs his grandmother, Louise Turner, goodbye as he sets off for his first day of kindergarten in Huntley.
Matthew Erickson hugs his grandmother, Louise Turner, goodbye as he sets off for his first day of kindergarten in Huntley. Stacey Wescott TNS
Matthew Erickson hugs his grandmother, Louise Turner, goodbye as he sets off for his first day of kindergarten in Huntley. Stacey Wescott TNS

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