Monday, February 25, 2013

Abington Journal Week of April 4, 2012
Date: 4/4/2012 Album ID: 1445291
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Nine year old Madison Wassel stands in front of her findings which determines that plants can't grow in any liquid other than water.
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Emily McCabe and Kayla Prezkop
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Fourth graders Matthew Kelleher, Jacob Weinberg, and Roman Chastain- Ages 9, 10, and 10- stand among their science project
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Emily McCabe tests out an experiment demonstrating the power of static electricity
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Co-chairmen of the event, from left, Norbert Mayr and Donald Myer, work together to unload  artwork at the Rotary Club of the Abingtons Art Auction. The event was hosted March 23 at the Glen Oak Country Club. For additional photos and information, see the April 4 print edition of The Abington Journal.
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Howard and Deede Rothenberg, Clarks Summit, leave the auction with artwork.
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Rotary Club of the Abingtons’ member Gene Little, left, works at the registry table as Emily Rancier, North Abington Township, registers for the auction
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Kathy Nelson, Waverly, reviews a display of artwork.
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