E.M. Power E.D. at Longfellow Elementary


Jakel Dawson, left, 6, of Sidney, son of Tamica Petty, gets some hand sanitizer sprayed on his hand by Wilson Health representative Shelly Dooley, of Sidney, at Longfellow Elementary Friday, Oct. 30. Dooley was teaching the kindergarten class of Kathy Gillman about germs and dental care as part of a POWER Women’s Initiative project called E.M. Power E.D. which is helping Kindergarten students at Longfellow Elementary, often by teaming up with other organizations. Students got hand sanitizer from Wilson Health, germ slime from Amos Memorial Library and a tooth brush from POWER Ladies. Sidney Police Officer Mike McRill also gave a presentation on gun safety as part of the learning event. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Jakel Dawson, left, 6, of Sidney, son of Tamica Petty, gets some hand sanitizer sprayed on his hand by Wilson Health representative Shelly Dooley, of Sidney, at Longfellow Elementary Friday, Oct. 30. Dooley was teaching the kindergarten class of Kathy Gillman about germs and dental care as part of a POWER Women’s Initiative project called E.M. Power E.D. which is helping Kindergarten students at Longfellow Elementary, often by teaming up with other organizations. Students got hand sanitizer from Wilson Health, germ slime from Amos Memorial Library and a tooth brush from POWER Ladies. Sidney Police Officer Mike McRill also gave a presentation on gun safety as part of the learning event. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News


Jakel Dawson, left, 6, of Sidney, son of Tamica Petty, gets some hand sanitizer sprayed on his hand by Wilson Health representative Shelly Dooley, of Sidney, at Longfellow Elementary Friday, Oct. 30. Dooley was teaching the kindergarten class of Kathy Gillman about germs and dental care as part of a POWER Women’s Initiative project called E.M. Power E.D. which is helping Kindergarten students at Longfellow Elementary, often by teaming up with other organizations. Students got hand sanitizer from Wilson Health, germ slime from Amos Memorial Library and a tooth brush from POWER Ladies. Sidney Police Officer Mike McRill also gave a presentation on gun safety as part of the learning event. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Jakel Dawson, left, 6, of Sidney, son of Tamica Petty, gets some hand sanitizer sprayed on his hand by Wilson Health representative Shelly Dooley, of Sidney, at Longfellow Elementary Friday, Oct. 30. Dooley was teaching the kindergarten class of Kathy Gillman about germs and dental care as part of a POWER Women’s Initiative project called E.M. Power E.D. which is helping Kindergarten students at Longfellow Elementary, often by teaming up with other organizations. Students got hand sanitizer from Wilson Health, germ slime from Amos Memorial Library and a tooth brush from POWER Ladies. Sidney Police Officer Mike McRill also gave a presentation on gun safety as part of the learning event. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2015/10/web1_SDN103015Empowered.jpgJakel Dawson, left, 6, of Sidney, son of Tamica Petty, gets some hand sanitizer sprayed on his hand by Wilson Health representative Shelly Dooley, of Sidney, at Longfellow Elementary Friday, Oct. 30. Dooley was teaching the kindergarten class of Kathy Gillman about germs and dental care as part of a POWER Women’s Initiative project called E.M. Power E.D. which is helping Kindergarten students at Longfellow Elementary, often by teaming up with other organizations. Students got hand sanitizer from Wilson Health, germ slime from Amos Memorial Library and a tooth brush from POWER Ladies. Sidney Police Officer Mike McRill also gave a presentation on gun safety as part of the learning event. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News