Staff file, 2014: A pair of newborn chicks rest in teacher Pam Deck’s third grade classroom at Pleasant Glade Elementary School in May 2014. Health officials are warning people to wash their hands with soap and water after handling live poultry after 16 cases of Salmonella were confirmed in the state.
Staff file, 2014: A pair of newborn chicks rest in teacher Pam Deck’s third grade classroom at Pleasant Glade Elementary School in May 2014. Health officials are warning people to wash their hands with soap and water after handling live poultry after 16 cases of Salmonella were confirmed in the state. Steve Bloom The Olympian
Staff file, 2014: A pair of newborn chicks rest in teacher Pam Deck’s third grade classroom at Pleasant Glade Elementary School in May 2014. Health officials are warning people to wash their hands with soap and water after handling live poultry after 16 cases of Salmonella were confirmed in the state. Steve Bloom The Olympian

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