Five-year-old Maria Jabbour, of Pepper Pike, cradles in her hands one of nine baby chicks that hatched last week following 20 days of incubation in her Orange Inclusive Pre-school classroom. In the background is Charlie Hill, of Chagrin Falls.

The Orange Inclusive Preschool has finished its first-ever chick-hatching project.

The 21-day incubation period came to an end last week, as nine of the 14 eggs picked up from an Aurora farm by teacher Amy Lyn Shiever hatched, releasing chicks of varying colors and sizes.

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