Students in the Madera High School Social Skills Autism class recently presented McCaffrey Homes with a mosaic crafted by the students to thank the builder for supporting their program.
Students in the Madera High School Social Skills Autism class recently presented McCaffrey Homes with a mosaic crafted by the students to thank the builder for supporting their program. McCaffrey Homes Special to The Bee
Students in the Madera High School Social Skills Autism class recently presented McCaffrey Homes with a mosaic crafted by the students to thank the builder for supporting their program. McCaffrey Homes Special to The Bee

Madera High students thank McCaffrey Homes for donation to class

May 07, 2016 07:46 PM

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