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Photos: Dinger brings smiles, inspires students as part of ‘Make an Impact’ program

Dinger the dinosaur, the Colorado Rockies mascot, made an appearance at Strawberry Park Elementary School Wednesday morning and at Hayden Valley Elementary School in the afternoon. The visits were part of the Colorado Rockies and CenturyLink “Make an Impact” program. The free program centers around a “Rockies School Rally.” This school-wide assembly is designed to entertain students while showing them how to make an impact on their lives and communities by teaching them the importance of staying in school, refusing drugs, getting involved and respect.
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Dinger the dinosaur, the Colorado Rockies mascot, greets students outside Strawberry Park Elementary School Wednesday morning while visiting students.
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Dinger the dinosaur, the Colorado Rockies mascot, gives “high-fives” to students in Kalie McHaffie’s class at Strawberry Park Elementary School Wednesday morning while visiting students.
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Dinger the dinosaur, the Colorado Rockies mascot, hangs out with Hayden Valley Elementary School student Nic Jenrich Wednesday afternoon.
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Dinger the dinosaur, the Colorado Rockies mascot, visited the Hayden Valley Elementary School Wednesday afternoon as part of the Colorado Rockies and CenturyLink “Make and Impact” program.
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Dinger the dinosaur, the Colorado Rockies mascot, hangs out with Hayden Valley Elementary School student Seely Green Wednesday afternoon.
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Dinger the dinosaur, the Colorado Rockies mascot, hangs out with Hayden Valley Elementary School student Lewis Kleckler Wednesday afternoon.
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