Musical Chairs supports Head Start programs

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Anya Ryan, 9, looks at chairs hand painted by Head Start students that were used in a 65 person game of musical chairs outside the Ivywild School Thursday, August 8, 2013 to support the El Paso County Head Start Program, which provides children living in poverty with a place to attend preschool. The musical chairs were taken from the five classrooms that closed from sequestration cuts. Michael Ciaglo, The Gazette