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left, Cici McCall leans into the new window as Daniel Tillitz leans in for a closer look at the birds on the face of a wall clock in addition to hearing the sound of the clock ticking before reading circle begins. (cq both from teachers) The Anchor Center For Blind Children has a new home at 2550 Roslyn in Denver's Stapleton subdivision in Colo. on Tuesday September 4, 2007. This was the first day of classes for the older children who come M-W-F from 930am-130pm. T and Th are for infants, toddlers and their parents. The building is large and the halls are wide and natural light floods the facility designed with the students in mind. Their are lights in the floor and low rails in the walls and an outdoor play and learning space equal to the size of the indoor facility. At the moment only the class size from the previous facility will transfer. When adjustments are met there is room for expansion. (all information from Alice Applebaum, boss). (STEVEN R. NICKERSON / ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS), , (cq)

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