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Gene Rafalli, Luzerne County manager for the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, looks to Barry Lore III, 9, right, of Nanticoke, asking him what asphalt is made of during Thursday's “Bring Your Child to Work” day. PennDOT workers' children saw how potholes were patched on South Main Street in Ashley. Other activities throughout the day included a K-9 demonstration by the Luzerne County Sheriff's Department and a visit by a fire company. Barry's dad is Barry Lore II, a PennDOT highway foreman II.
Gene Rafalli, Luzerne County manager for the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, looks to Barry Lore III, 9, right, of Nanticoke, asking him what asphalt is made of during Thursday's “Bring Your Child to Work” day. PennDOT workers' children saw how potholes were patched on South Main Street in Ashley. Other activities throughout the day included a K-9 demonstration by the Luzerne County Sheriff's Department and a visit by a fire company. Barry's dad is Barry Lore II, a PennDOT highway foreman II.
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Gene Rafalli, Luzerne County manager for the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, looks to Barry Lore III, 9, right, of Nanticoke, asking him what asphalt is made of during Thursday’s “Bring Your Child to Work” day. PennDOT workers’ children saw how potholes were patched on South Main Street in Ashley. Other activities throughout the day included a K-9 demonstration by the Luzerne County Sheriff’s Department and a visit by a fire company. Barry’s dad is Barry Lore II, a PennDOT highway foreman II.

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