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Murrysville Star
Date: 4/19/2012 Album ID: 1288890
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Photos from various editions of the Murrysville Star.
Franklin Regional High School will host its junior/senior prom tomorrow, April 20, 2012, at Stratigos Banquet Hall in North Huntington. Promenade will begin at 4:30 p.m. in the high school auditorium. The prom king and queen will be announced Friday during prom festivities. Above are members of the king and queen's court. In front, from left are Kate Witten, Alyssa Boren, Caitlyn Pezze, Julia Kemerer and Shannon Born. In the second row are Natalie Alexander, Haley Trottier, Kelsey Cakanac, Hannah Gebrosky and Lauren Cebek. In the third row are Jake Zoller, Jon Paul Tollari, Veenal Sample, Paul Fischione and Joe Zottola. In back are Jimmy Clair, Graham Schilling, Nathan Kolic, Brian Cornell, Nathan Dinzeo and Ryan Hickey.Photo by Lillian DeDomenic
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Members of the Mother of Sorrows Youth Ministry showed the spiritual side of Easter by presenting the Living Stations of the Cross last month. Above, Jesus, portrayed by Burke Beauregard, carries his cross through the street.Photo by Aaron Loughner
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A group of Franklin Regional teens shed their locks for charity earlier this week when the Kids Helping Kids club partnered with the Parlor Salon and Spa in Monroeville to raise money to help fight childhood cancer. Organized by student Kaitlin Seaman, the clips support the St. Baldrick's Foundation St. Patrick's Day event. Here, stylists Vicki Federoff and Alley Dobo coif Mohawks for Sean Miller and Dane Evans.
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A group of Franklin Regional teens shed their locks for charity earlier this week when the Kids Helping Kids club partnered with the Parlor Salon and Spa in Monroeville to raise money to help fight childhood cancer. Organized by student Kaitlin Seaman, the clips support the St. Baldrick's Foundation St. Patrick's Day event. Here, sophomore Connor Powell goes for a close crop by stylist Jenn Vensel.Photo by Lillian DeDomenic
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Lori Mozina, in full CART gear, addresss FRHS students on Emeergency Animal Care and how they can help the yong organization.photo by Lillian DeDomenic
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 Lori Mozina, in full CART gear, addresses FRHS students on Emergency Animal Care and how they can help the young organization.photo by Lillian DeDomenic
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Buster a long haired dachound gets a message from Raylene Hoover a canine massage therapist. PHOTO BILL SHIRLEY
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Tyler Smith, top, captured his second straight Section 1-AAA championship with a 16-1 technical fall win over Norwin's Joel Pezze in the 120-pound final Saturday at Plum.
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Photo: Franklin Regional School District
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The Cramer Pump Station, located along Pump Station Road in Delmont, has been giving Delmont and Salem officials trouble for several years. Officials from both communities plan to meet later this month to discuss repair or replacement of the station.Photo by Lillian DeDomenic
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Sixth-graders in Holly Nickolas' Family and Consumer Science classes are great to have around in an emergency. The students are working toward their American Red Cross Babysitter's Certification in Nickolas' class. More than 100 students are certified through the class each year. Above, Danny Conte and Christian Been learn to perform CPR using a child mannequin.Photo by Lillian DeDomenic
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The Murrysville Chapter of the American Association of University Women offered a program on the fur trade, its origins and importance last week. The event was hosted by local history buff Fred Threlfall. Here, Threlfall shows Douglas Granger a typical fur neck scarf. Photo by Lillian DeDomenic
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The Murrysville Chapter of the American Association of University Women offered a program on the fur trade, its origins and importance last week. The event was hosted by local history buff Fred Threlfall. Here, members of the association check out some of Threlfall's artifacts.Photo by Lillian DeDomenic
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