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Treasures selling Step 'n Stones items

5:40 PM, Oct. 13, 2013
In this HTR Media file photo, Roger Yang, foreground, and Kyle Gallenberger, students in the Next Step UW class, make three 16-inch pizzas in the kitchen at the Blue Devil Grill on the University of Wisconsin-Manitowoc campus. Next Step UW, a Manitowoc Public School District class for 18- to 21-year-olds with developmental disabilities that meets at UW-Manitowoc, has a small business called Step?n Stones. The business makes and sells beaded key chains and blankets and this year is adding pizzas and cookies.
In this HTR Media file photo, Roger Yang, foreground, and Kyle Gallenberger, students in the Next Step UW class, make three 16-inch pizzas in the kitchen at the Blue Devil Grill on the University of Wisconsin-Manitowoc campus. Next Step UW, a Manitowoc Public School District class for 18- to 21-year-olds with developmental disabilities that meets at UW-Manitowoc, has a small business called Step?n Stones. The business makes and sells beaded key chains and blankets and this year is adding pizzas and cookies.
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Treasures, 904 S. Eighth St., is now selling items produced by students in Step 'n Stones, a business operating out of the University of Wisconsin-Manitowoc and staffed by special education students.

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