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Girl Scouts Learn About Mortuary Science

by | Nov 19, 2018 | In the News

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Girl Scouts learned about mortuary science at the Mid-America College of Funeral Services in Jeffersonville, Indiana.  They learned about restorative art and got to mold small blocks of wax into the form of human noses.

To read the full article by Brooke McAfee in News and Tribune, click here.


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