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Sixth-grade students from Holy Rosary School recently participated in a history fair. From left, front row, are Maille Allardyce, Mary Elizabeth Kishbaugh, Katie Nealon, Lana Baron, Sarah Mies and Julia LaClair. Second row, James Marsh, Belle Vermac, Sarah Armitage, Gianna Adomiak, Amanda Yanul, Lauren Mazzarella, Jessica Bressman, Margaret Breznay and Jake Terrana. Third row, Zachary Sulima, Mark Ranieli, Luigi Romano, Kenneth Francis, Eric Dixon, Evan Gedrich and Louis Galli.
Sixth-grade students from Holy Rosary School recently participated in a history fair. From left, front row, are Maille Allardyce, Mary Elizabeth Kishbaugh, Katie Nealon, Lana Baron, Sarah Mies and Julia LaClair. Second row, James Marsh, Belle Vermac, Sarah Armitage, Gianna Adomiak, Amanda Yanul, Lauren Mazzarella, Jessica Bressman, Margaret Breznay and Jake Terrana. Third row, Zachary Sulima, Mark Ranieli, Luigi Romano, Kenneth Francis, Eric Dixon, Evan Gedrich and Louis Galli.
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Holy Rosary School in Duryea participated in a school History Fair recently. Students from sixth and eighth grade created historical projects following this year’s National History Day Theme: Rights and Responsibilities. The school history fair was held in January and the regional competition will be held at Penn State Wilkes-Barre in April.


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