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Front row, from left, Maddie Evans (Old Forge), Madison McCloe (McNichols Plaza) and Kavan Hughes (South Abington Elementary). Back row, Commissioner Jim Wansacz, Nina Pascolini (Old Forge), Commissioner Corey D. O'Brien, Thaneishalys Mendez (Scranton School District), Jake MacDonald (Scranton School District), Abigail Mancus (West Scranton High School) and Commissioner Patrick M. OMalley. Absent from photo, Louis Bui (McNichols Plaza), Zach Hiller (Scranton School District) and Calista Uher (Riverside).
Front row, from left, Maddie Evans (Old Forge), Madison McCloe (McNichols Plaza) and Kavan Hughes (South Abington Elementary). Back row, Commissioner Jim Wansacz, Nina Pascolini (Old Forge), Commissioner Corey D. O'Brien, Thaneishalys Mendez (Scranton School District), Jake MacDonald (Scranton School District), Abigail Mancus (West Scranton High School) and Commissioner Patrick M. OMalley. Absent from photo, Louis Bui (McNichols Plaza), Zach Hiller (Scranton School District) and Calista Uher (Riverside).
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Winners of the Armed Forces Drawing & Essay Contests were recognized by the Lackawanna County Commissioners. The contest was open to area school districts for children in kindergarten through the 12th grade. Drawings were created by those in K-second grade while poems or essays dealing with the flag and freedom were done by students in grades three-eight and nine-12, respectively.

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