Children in Kindergarten and Transitional First Grade at Early Childhood Learning Center in Sulphur Springs were thinking about careers Thursday morning. ECLC had Careers on Wheels. Representatives of various local professions brought their vehicles for kids to see. A ranch manager brought his horse and two air evacuation helicopters made dramatic landings outside the school. Event coordinator Cheryl Blount, a counselor and academic specialist at ECLC. and SSID Superintendent Michael Lamb talked to KSST News.
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