What’s he going to do?

Adam Yoder, right, waits patiently while the instructor from Wildlife Encounters explains to elementary students about the snake. The students had an assembly last Friday morning as a reward for being “respectful, responsible and ready”. The students were able to see a tarantula, a skink, a snake, a sugar glider, a black frog and a red kangaroo. Enlargephoto

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Adam Yoder, right, waits patiently while the instructor from Wildlife Encounters explains to elementary students about the snake. The students had an assembly last Friday morning as a reward for being “respectful, responsible and ready”. The students were able to see a tarantula, a skink, a snake, a sugar glider, a black frog and a red kangaroo.