Monday, February 25, 2013

Abington Journal, Week of November 28, 2012
Date: 11/28/2012 Album ID: 1573642
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Nathan Hollander
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Healthy Holiday Cooking Class instructor, Janet Dunn-Davenport, shown in the Waverly Community House kitchen, will teach the community to cook healthy, leave stress behind and love the Holidays.
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Maryn Kukuchka, of Tunkhannock, sits watching a model train move around the Christmas tree display during 'Model Trains Through the Ages' at Steamtown National Historic Site Nov. 23.
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Ryan and James Quinn, of Fairfax, Va. watch a model train go around an exhibit at the 'Model Trains Through the Ages' holiday program at Steamtown National Historic Site.
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Part of the Nolan and Rogers exhibit at 'Model Trains Through the Ages'
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Model train enthusiasts display their collections at Steamtown National Historic Site's holiday program 'Model Trains Through the Ages' Nov. 23. From left: Ron Moore, Mike Passero and Dan  Emick, all of Scranton.
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Attendees at the 'Model Trains Through the Ages' event at Steamtown National Historic Site take turns at running one of the model trains on display. Front, from left: Michael and Jack Doyle, both of Boston, Mass. and their grandmother, Mary Alice Doyle, of Clarks Summit; Back: The boys' mother, Michelle Doyle, of Boston, Mass.
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Isabella Hill, of Elmhurst, gives Alex Polzer, of Elmhurst, a lift so he can better see a model train as it passes by on the track on one of the exhibits during the 'Model Trains Through the Ages' program at Steamtown National Historic Site.
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'Model Trains Through the Ages' event attendees at Steamtown National Historic Site take turns at running one of the model trains. From left: Program exhibitor Mike Passero, of Scranton and Gabrielle, Annabelle and Jack Wilson, of Jasper Mich. (family originallly from Clarks Summit)
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