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Crabapple Lane teachers go for the gold

Faculty and staff at Crabapple Lane Elementary spent the first day of preplanning having some Olympic size fun. They were divided into countries and competed against each other in team-building events that included a ping-pong tournament and trivia contest on historical facts about the Olympic Games and Crabapple Lane Elementary, which is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year. Gold medal trivia winners representing team Mexico (L-R) Mary Kate Smith, Denise Hubbard, Ashley Fannin, Kim Wisener, Pat Costa, Suzie Gibbs, (bending) Michelle DuBois, Charmaine Courtney and Elizabeth Sulkowski. Photo/Special.

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