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Achiever Preschool closes after 36 years

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Achiever Preschool of Spanish Fork is closing its doors after 36 years.

The preschool was started by Beverly Anderson. The first three years she worked with Linda Bartholomew, Rae Shepherd and Diane Hill. Julie Ward was a regular substitute.

After three years, Linda and Julie took over the preschool and it moved to Canyon Road.

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They were planning on retiring in May 2020, but instead abruptly retired in March. It was a hard way to do it. Linda and Julie loved teaching. They had awesome children and wonderful families. They appreciate the support of the families and will miss them all. There was going to be an open house for all alumni and families, but due to restrictions it was not possible. Thanks to everyone for a great run. (Serve Daily submission.)

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