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Seven students from Holy Redeemer High School won awards at the regional National History Day contest held at Penn State, Wilkes-Barre, and the school was awarded second place overall in the competition that included students from Luzerne and Lackawanna counties. Amanda Halchak, Rachel Finnegan and Thomas Caffrey won first place in Group Performance. Cassandra Gill won first place in Individual Website. Danielle Gorski won second place in Individual Exhibit and Daniel McGraw and Emily Suchocki won third place in Group Exhibit. Participants, from left, first row, are Gill, Halchak, Finnegan, Suchocki and Gorski. Second row: Dr. James McKeown, faculty and adviser; McGraw; Caffrey; John Kurilla, department chair and adviser; and Robert Kreheley, faculty and adviser.

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