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  • Bill Dieckman holds hands with his daughter Montgomery and Jordyn as the family heads out on a rainy evening for dinner last Sunday in Claremont. The trio have a dinner date each Sunday walking to the village from their apartment at Courier Place.

    Bill Dieckman holds hands with his daughter Montgomery and Jordy...

  • Bill Dieckman and his daughters Jordyn and Montgomery look for creatures in the lawn outside the Claremont Depot last Sunday in Claremont.

    Bill Dieckman and his daughters Jordyn and Montgomery look for c...

  • Montgomery and Jordyn Dieckman work on art projects sitting at a table in the corner of the Courier Place apartment they share with their father Bill Dieckman. Says Mr. Dieckman, “This is my life now, the coloring table.”

    Montgomery and Jordyn Dieckman work on art projects sitting at a...

  • Jordyn helps her sister Montgomery Dieckman with her jacket before they head out into the rain with their father Bill Dieckman last Sunday in Claremont.

    Jordyn helps her sister Montgomery Dieckman with her jacket befo...

  • Claremont resident Bill Dieckman helps his daughter Montgomery with her socks on Sunday before taking a walk to the Claremont Village.

    Claremont resident Bill Dieckman helps his daughter Montgomery w...

  • Claremont resident Bill Dieckman shows his daughter Montgomery the lizard he caught during a walk last Sunday in Claremont. Mr. Dieckman and his 2 daughters go out to dinner every Sunday in the Village.

    Claremont resident Bill Dieckman shows his daughter Montgomery t...

  • Bill Dieckman with his daughters Montgomery and Jordyn make fish faces while dining at Walter’s restaurant on Sunday in Claremont. The family lives at Courier Place, which has been a huge blessing because they can walk to the Village.

    Bill Dieckman with his daughters Montgomery and Jordyn make fish...

  • Statistically children across the nation are receiving more homework than was once assigned. Claremont Schools are seeking to address the homework challenge by putting time limits and providing resources like tutors for children that need help.

    Statistically children across the nation are receiving more home...

  • Statistically children across the nation are receiving more homework than was once assigned. Claremont Schools are seeking to address the homework challenge by putting time limits and providing resources like tutors for children that need help.

    Statistically children across the nation are receiving more home...

  • Audie Nottingham, left, Bella Smith, Annika Givens and Henry Smith play with farm toys last week at the Preschool at Claremont United Methodist Church. The school has many spaces that encourage students to learn to share and work together.

    Audie Nottingham, left, Bella Smith, Annika Givens and Henry Smi...

  • The Preschool at Claremont Methodist Church Director Jeri Bollman joins a class of 4 and 5-year-old students during story time last Thursday in Claremont. The school has been serving the community for 50 years

    The Preschool at Claremont Methodist Church Director Jeri Bollma...

  • Paintings by some of the Preschool at Claremont United Methodist Church decorate the wall in one of their classrooms.

    Paintings by some of the Preschool at Claremont United Methodist...

  • Gracie Goff, left, uses a toy cash register to scan groceries with teacher Amanda Caskey and classmate Owen Fleming last Friday at the Preschool at Claremont United Methodist Church. The grocery store game is intended to help the students learn how to coo

    Gracie Goff, left, uses a toy cash register to scan groceries wi...

  • Teacher associate Martha Canabal reads to Quinn Smith last week at the Preschool at Claremont United Methodist Church. Learning language skills is an important aspect in preparing students for elementary school.

    Teacher associate Martha Canabal reads to Quinn Smith last week ...

  • Calvin Nelson shares a book with Rafael Reyes IV last week at the Preschool at Claremont United Methodist Church. The preschool is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young People which has a ten point system.

    Calvin Nelson shares a book with Rafael Reyes IV last week at th...

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