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Abington Journal, Week of November 14, 2012
Date: 11/21/2012 Album ID: 1571023
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On her second stop of the tour, Susan Corbett got to see students working on a project for the TV Studio. Kayleigh Glennon, 5th grade, and Olivia Hancock, 5th grade, interviewed the First Lady on her views of bullying and why it’s important to stop early on.
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First Lady Susan Corbett speaking to the students in grades 5th-8th about public speaking, arts and academics as part of her Opening Doors initiative.
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During her tour of the school, Susan Corbett had the opportunity to stop and interact with different students in their different programs. First she stopped in the Science Olympiad room to talk with Courtney Toroni, 7th grade, Tom Hildebrand, 8th grade, and Steve Lott, chaperone, about the different scientific activities they’ve been doing so far this year.
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Jamie Henzes
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Dante Pasqualichio
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Abington Heights' Isabelle Clauss
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Abington Heights' Ally Christman (8) breaks past Lower Dauphin goalie Nicole Boyd and Danielle Savage to score a goal.
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VFW Post #7069 Commander Steuart J. Bailey, right, answers a question from Clarks Summit Elementary School second grade student Casey Ames, 8, left, during a visit to the classroom.
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VFW Post #7069 Commander Steuart J. Bailey visits the second grade students at Clarks Summit Elementary School after a school program in which he participated in honor of Veterans Day.
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VFW Post #7069 Commander Steuart J. Bailey shakes hands with special guest John Austin, of Factoryville, 95, a US Marines veteran of WWII.
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Don Jones, left, of Clarks Green, a United States Air Force Vietnam War veteran, and John Yevonishon, right, of Clarks Summit, a United States Army Vietnam War vetaran, salute the American flag during the pledge of allegiance.
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John Yevonishon, right, of Clarks Summit, a United States Army Vietnam War vetaran, carries the American flag during the Veterans Day program at Clarks Summit Elementary School.
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VFW Post #7069 Commander Steuart J. Bailey addresses students at the Clarks Summit Elementary School during a Veterans Day program
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Don Jones, of Clarks Green, a United States Air Force Vietnam War veteran carries the Pennsylvania state flag and John Yevonishon, of Clarks Summit, a United States Army Vietnam War vetaran, carries the American flag during the Veterans Day program at Clarks Summit Elementary School.
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On her second stop of the Opening Doors tour at Abington Heights Middle School Nov. 8 in Clarks Summit, Pa. First Lady Susan Corbett got an up close and personal moment with students working on a project for the school's TV studio. Kayleigh Glennon, 5th grade, and Olivia Hancock, 5th grade, interviewed the First Lady on her views about bullying and the importance of an early halt to it.
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Pa. First Lady Susan Corbett speaks to Abington Heights Middle School students in grades 5-8 about public speaking, arts and academics as part of her Opening Doors initiative.
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Pennsylvania First Lady Susan Corbett stops to chat with Abington Heights School Board member Michele Tierney during the Nov. 15 visit.
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Tim Franklin and Rosemary Nye.
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