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Snowbird gets warm reception at Midway
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Snowbird picked an opportune time to visit children at Midway Head Start. His appearance was the week before Warren County was hit with a blast of winter weather.“I believe when he came and left he brought the snow and ice with him,” said Jeanette Scott, who is the Midway Head Start family engagement assistant center supervisor.The visit was Feb. 10, just six days before a State of Emergency was declared as snow and frigid temperatures caused problems across the Midstate.While Snowbird probably didn’t bring Old Man Winter, he did bring two books he shared with the children: 1) “Penguins” published by The Cousteau Society about the lives of penguins. 2) “Peek-a-Book Penguins” a book about penguins playing hide-and-seek.Snowbird had volunteers from the audience help hold the books and turn the pages.