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Paleo gifts for needy children

Bill Heffner (left), who works in the paleontology lab at the USU-CEU Prehistoric Museum, and Utah Friends of Paleontology President-elect Ralph Escamillo load Christmas gifts into the museum's van Wednesday morning.

Bill Heffner (left), who works in the paleontology lab at the USU-CEU Prehistoric Museum, and Utah Friends of Paleontology President-elect Ralph Escamillo load Christmas gifts into the museum's van Wednesday morning. The presents, collected from UFOP members, are on the way to the college's Angel Tree. The wrapped packages will be distributed to children who otherwise might not get gifts.




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