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Carousel For Missoula

With an aim of piling up pennies for peace, a group of carvers at the Carousel for Missoula have ponied up a yak. She stands about 18 inches tall at the tip of her blunted horns, a bundle of hand tools laid across her back, atop a cobblestone pedestal littered with school supplies: crayons and notepads, a ruler and a book. Carved from the wood of a linden tree, she doesn’t move or say anything.

Friday was V-Day for Jeremiah Martinez. He’s 5, so his V-Day has nothing to do with stopping violence against women or Valentine’s Day. Instead, it was literally about the letter V. Jeremiah, a kindergartner at Target Range School, has a problem articulating some letters. And that’s why he spent part of Friday morning with speech therapist Erin Schwisow and a wooden horse on loan from A Carousel for Missoula.

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