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Submitted photoThe fun and learning continues during Energy Express, which will last through the month of July at six different educational sites in Mingo County. Pictured here, at the Matewan PK-8 site, is the West Virginia University mascot, portrayed by WVU junior and political science major Michael Garcia. Garcia donned the famous buckskins and carried the musket that the WVU mascot is known for. Garcia was able to read to the children participating in Energy Express, many of whom had painted their faces with blue and gold in support of WVU.
Submitted photoThe fun and learning continues during Energy Express, which will last through the month of July at six different educational sites in Mingo County. Pictured here, at the Matewan PK-8 site, is the West Virginia University mascot, portrayed by WVU junior and political science major Michael Garcia. Garcia donned the famous buckskins and carried the musket that the WVU mascot is known for. Garcia was able to read to the children participating in Energy Express, many of whom had painted their faces with blue and gold in support of WVU.
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The fun and learning continues during Energy Express, which will last through the month of July at six different educational sites in Mingo County. Pictured here, at the Matewan PK-8 site, is the West Virginia University mascot, portrayed by WVU junior and political science major Michael Garcia. Garcia donned the famous buckskins and carried the musket that the WVU mascot is known for. Garcia was able to read to the children participating in Energy Express, many of whom had painted their faces with blue and gold in support of WVU.

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