[Terrorism-Attacks]

[ANCHOR=Marya]

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[WRITER=mjo]
[TAPE#=net]
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There's more speculation that top U-S law enforcement could have done more to stop the September 11th terrorist attacks.
A new report says the F-B-I and C-I-A were clued in to two of the hijackers ... yet the men came and went as they pleased ... even getting a new visa.
Teri Okita has more from Washington.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=The FBI]
[SUPER=03-Washington, D.C.; :00]
[SUPER=01-John Ashcroft/Attorney General; :38]
[SUPER=01-Robert Mueller/FBI Director; 1:13 very quick]
[SUPER=01-Teri Okita/Reporting; 1:17]
[RUNS=1:28]
[OUT Q=CBS News, Washington.]

((THE F-B-I HAS BEEN UNDER FIRE FOR WEEKS - ACCUSED OF TURNING A BLIND EYE TO TERRORIST THREATS ... MONTHS BEFORE SEPTEMBER 11TH. NOW, THE "C-I-A" IS BEING BLAMED FOR THE SAME THING.
TRACK: IN ITS ISSUE ON NEWSTANDS MONDAY, NEWS WEEK REPORTS THE C-I-A KNEW TWO OF THE HIJACKERS WERE IN THE UNITED STATES, BUT FAILED TO SHARE THAT INFORMATION WITH THE F-B-I.

(nats..pentagon)

TRACK: MONTHS LATER, THE TWO WERE ON BOARD FLIGHT 77, AS IT FLEW INTO THE PENTAGON. ATTORNEY GENERAL JOHN ASHCROFT SAYS, WHILE U-S INTELLIGENCE AGENCIES COULD HAVE "BETTER ANALYZED" INFORMATION THAT POINTED TO 9-11, THEY PROBABLY COULD NOT HAVE "PREVENTED" THE ATTACKS.

SOT - JOHN ASHCROFT/ATTORNEY GENERAL "The information we now have does

not indicate that there was a substantial likelihood of detecting this."
TRACK: BUT CBS NEWS HAS LEARNED THAT BOTH THE CIA "AND" THE FBI WERE WATCHING THE TWO SUSPECTED TERRORISTS OVERSEAS, BUT FAILED TO ALERT IMMIGRATION OFFICIALS ... WHEN THE PAIR HEADED TO AMERICA. SUCH NOTICE WOULD HAVE STOPPED THEM FROM ENTERING THE U-S.
TRACK: NEWSWEEK SAYS THE F-B-I EVEN CREATED A CHART, CLAIMING TO SHOW HOW THE ATTACK COULD HAVE BEEN STOPPED, IF IT HAD THE C-I-A'S INFORMATION ... THOUGH THE F-B-I DIRECTOR DENIED THAT ON SUNDAY.

SOT - ROBERT MUELLER/FBI DIRECTOR - "I'm unaware of any document fitting

that description."

(Super: Teri Okita/Reporting)

STANDUP: Starting Tuesday, lawmakers will hold closed-door hearings on what the FBI and CIA knew prior to 9-11, what went wrong, and what can be corrected. Teri Okita, CBS News, Washington.))

[Palace-Fire]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=mornin]
[WRITER=mjo]
[TAPE#=net]
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Buckingham Palace says a celebration will go on as planned -- despite a fire that broke out inside the palace.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-London, England;]


The fire yesterday forced the evacuation of hundreds of people ... marring the 4-day celebration of Queen Elizabeth's 50 years on the throne.
No members of the royal family were in the palace at the time.
It was the first time the palace has been evacuated since World War Two.
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[11Grandin]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=jus]
[TAPE#=02-17 TC-55:57]
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[*****ANCHOR TAG****] The Grandin Theater closed its doors nearly six months ago.
Since then, the landmark's been purchased by a group that plans to remodel and give the movie house a second showing.
Justin McLeod gives us a sneak preview.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]
[SUPER=01-Richard Rife/Architect; :20]
[SUPER=@justin1; :39]
[SUPER=01-Ann Trinkle/Grandin Theatre Foundation; 1:15]
[RUNS=1:34]
[OUT Q=JM, News 7, Rke]

((((NAT SOUND OF UNLOCKING THE DOOR TO THE GRANDIN))
It won't be long now before the doors here to the Grandin Theatre re-open for good.
[SOT 45:01]
[IN Q=Everybody who's participated]

((ANN TRINKLE/GRANDIN THEATRE FOUNDATION: EVERYBODY WHO'S PARTICIPATED IN OUR CAMPAIGN IS LIKE WHEN IS IT GOING TO OPEN WHEN IS IT GOING TO OPEN.))
[Runs= 05]
[OUT Q=going to open]


It should open by September after some major renovations.
That work begins this week.
[SOT 35:40]
[IN Q=We're going to]

((RICHARD RIFE/ARCHITECT: WE'RE GOING TO BE REMOVING THE SEATS STARTING NEXT WEDNESDAY AND TAKE ALL SEATS OUT OF THE BUILDING.))
[Runs= 05]
[OUT Q=of the building]


They'll be replaced with new seats that are wider and have more leg room.
New projectors and a digital sound system will also be installed.
Workers will also restore the gargoyles in the main theater and then add lighting so you can actually see them during the movie.
[SOT 52:57; 35:40]
[IN Q=When the Grandin]

((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: WHEN THE GRANDIN RE-OPENS THE CONCESSION STAND HERE IN THE LOBBY WILL REMAIN THE SAME AT LEAST FOR NOW. BUT FUTURE PLANS CALL FOR TEARING DOWN THIS WALL THAT YOU SEE HERE. BEHIND IT IS THIS SCREENING ROOM WHICH THEY PLAN TO REPLACE WITH THE CONCESSION STAND.))
[Runs= 12]
[OUT Q=the concession stand]

((NAT SOUND OF RICHARD SHOWING AND TALKING ABOUT THE RENOVATIONS))
But all this work costs money.
So far, the Grandin Theatre Foundation has raised nearly a million dollars.
Most of that money is coming through the star campaign.
For a thousand dollars, your name will be featured out front in the theater's walk of fame.
[SOT 46:54]
[IN Q=Richard Riff and his]

((ANN TRINKLE: RICHARD RIFE AND HIS ARCHITECTS HAVE DESIGNED A REALLY WONDERFUL DESIGN FOR THE STATS TO BE LAID OUT ON THE SIDEWALK AND I THINK EVERYONE IS GOING TO BE HAPPY AND EXCITED ABOUT THAT.))
[Runs= 09]
[OUT Q=excited about that]


They'll be even more excited when the old popcorn machine is humming again, the seats are filled, and the film projector rolls again.
Justin McLeod, News 7, Roanoke.))
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The foundation has already sold more than 400 stars.
They hope to reach 500 by the end of the summer.

[6-Cheerleaders]


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[WRITER=tha]
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The tables recently turned for the William Byrd High School cheerleaders.
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[VO-NAT :13.5]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.]

It wasn't the cheerleaders, rather the Roanoke County Board of Supervisors who were doing the cheering last week. On Tuesday, the supervisors welcomed and congratulated the cheerleaders for winning the group two- A state competition.
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[SOT 15:24:36-15:24:51]
[IN Q=Folks don't really realize...]
[SUPER=01-Fuzzy Minnix/Roanoke Co. Supervisor;]

((FUZZY MINNIX/ROANOKE CO. SUPERVISOR: FOLKS DON'T REALLY REALIZE HOW MUCH HARD WORK GOES INTO THIS. THESE LADIES WORK AS HARD AS A FOOTBALL TEAM, THEY WORK AS HARD AS A BASKETBALL TEAM, AS HARD AS A BASEBALL TEAM, AND GENTLEMEN!))
[RUNS=:15]
[OUT Q=baseball team, and gentlemen!]
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[VO-NAT - :05]

Council then approved a resolution recognizing the team for its state championship.
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[11Feedback]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=jmc]
[TAPE#=FdBack4/01 - TC-46:15]
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The death of golfing legend Sam Snead heads our viewer mail.
Assignment editor Joe McKean has this week's Feedback.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=Animation Open]
[RUNS=:59]
[OUT Q=Animation Close.]

((Hundreds of people turned out to mourn and to celebrate the man known for one of the sweetest swings in golf, Bath County's Sam Snead.
Our story on his funeral brought this note:
"The segment on Sam Snead's funeral was well done--sensitive to the occasion yet informative. Bob Harris was an ideal person to interview; he is someone who knew Sam well and was sincere in his responses. The funeral service was what it should have been, a dignified and meaningful worship service laced with a number of humorous true stories about Sam from the friends who spoke."
Anytime you'd like to put a few strokes down about our news coverage or issues in the news, just send them along by mail to PO Box 7, Roanoke, 24022...by fax, at 343-7269, or by e-mail at news@wdbj7.com.
Joe McKean, News-7.))

[11Rke-Pools]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=jus]
[TAPE#=02-12 TC-1:36:16]
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You WILL be able to take a dip in Roanoke City's public pools this summer, rain or not.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


The city filled the pools much earlier this year because of partial water restrictions in Roanoke.
Once Carvin's Cove hits 26 feet below the spillway, full mandatory water restrictions will go into effect.
That will mean city residents will not be allowed to fill their outdoor pools.
However, the city's pools will remain open.
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[SOT 5:52]
[IN Q=We would love to]

((LAURIE WOOD/PARKS AND RECREATION DEPT.: WE WOULD LOVE TO HAVE OUR 30,000 CHILDREN IN THE CITY OF ROANOKE ENJOY THEIR SUMMER AND SO WE'VE DECIDED THE POOLS SHOULD BE AVAILABLE TO THEM EVEN IF THE OWN CITY RESIDENTS AREN'T ALLOWED TO FILL THEIR OWN POOLS AT LEAST THERE IS SOME MAJOR ACTIVITY FOR THE CHILDREN THIS SUMMER.))
[SUPER=01-Laurie Wood/Parks and Recreation Dept.]
[RUNS=:16]
[OUT Q=children this summer]
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[VO-NAT]


The city is helping conserve water by closing each of the two pools for one day a week.
The Fallon Park pool will be closed on Tuesdays and Washington Park Pool will close on Wednesdays.
The pools officially open for the season next Saturday.
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[11Bird-Tree]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=jwi]
[TAPE#=02-20 TC-1:34:18]
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It was a sight you wouldn't expect to see in the city...
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[VO-NAT - 21.5]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

These Yellow-crown NIGHT-Herons have been living in the back yard of a Roanoke family's home for about four years now.
The birds are federally protected, but became homeless when the tree that housed their nests was uprooted during Saturday's storm. About a dozen nests were crushed when the tree fell, killing at least ten of the birds, but a few fledglings were rescued.
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[SOT 01:02:06]
[IN Q=It's weird that it]

((PAMELA IRWIN/FOUND BIRDS: IT'S WEIRD THAT IT HAPPENED TO US, THAT'S WHAT I THOUGHT BECAUSE THERE ARE A LOT OF RETIRED PEOPLE ON THE STREET THAT WE LIVE ON AND IT HAPPENED RIGHT BEHIND OUR HOUSE AND WE'RE ANIMAL LOVERS SO WE COULDN'T JUST NOT DO ANYTHING.))
[SUPER=01-Pamela Irwin/Found Birds]
[RUNS=18]
[OUT Q=not do anything]
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[VO-NAT - :13+]

The Irwin's took about a dozen birds to Doctor Lucky Garvin in Roanoke, who volunteers for the Wildlife Care Alliance.
The birds were treated and are now in stable condition. They are being transported to a wildlife center in Waynesboro.
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[ANCHOR=MARYA]
(Marya tosses to bump)


News 7 Mornin will be right back. [bump-chyron]

[comm #3]



[WTC-Memorial]


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[NEWSCAST=Mornin']
[WRITER=mjo]
[TAPE#=net]
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One final good-bye Sunday for family members at Ground Zero.
Hundreds of relatives who lost loved ones on September 11th joined together for and interfaith memorial.
Jamie Colby was there.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=nats...]
[SUPER=03-New York, NY; :00]
[SUPER=01-Rudolph Giuliani/Former NYC Mayor; :12]
[SUPER=02-Carol Grazioso/Lost Stepsons on 9-11; :26]
[SUPER=01-Father Brian Jordan/Pastor; :40]
[SUPER=01-Jamie Colby/Reporting; :53]
[SUPER=01-Carolee Azzarell/Lost Brothers on 9-11; 1:17]
[SUPER=01-Joel Lindhan/WTC Volunteer; 1:21]
[RUNS=1:38]
[OUT Q=CBS News.]

(((nats...) AT A PRIVATE MASS AT GROUND ZERO SUNDAY, NEW YORK CITY'S FORMER MAYOR RUDY GUILIANI JOINED FAMILIES. ..OFFERING COMFORT AND SPIRITUAL GUIDANCE TO THOSE STRUGGLING FOR CLOSURE...

SOT - RUDOLPH GIULIANI/FORMER NYC MAYOR "When to stop feeling, or how

to stop feeling - only you can determine that."
FAMILY MEMBERS LIKE CAROL GRAZIOSO. HER TWO STEPSONS 42 YEAR OLD TIMMY AND 41 YEAR OLD JONNY WERE WORKING IN THE TOWERS WHEN THEY COLLAPSED...

SOT - CAROL GRAZIOSO/LOST STEPSONS ON 9/11 "It feels like I'm part of

them here and when you can't come here anymore, it feels like a final closure."
FATHER BRIAN JORDAN HAS BEEN HOLDING MASS HERE SINCE SEPTEMBER 23...AND WILL RETURN FATHER'S DAY TO REMEMBER THE MANY WHO PERISHED LEAVING CHILDREN BEHIND.

SOT FATHER BRIAN JORDAN/GROUND ZERO PASTOR "It was an honor and a

privelege to be here and I'm so grateful to God for having this opportunity."
STANDUP BRIDGE - JAMIE COLBY/GROUND ZERO
AND AT THE CENTER OF THIS SERVICE A SIGN FAMILIES SAY, THAT GOD WAS WITH THEIR LOVED ONES ON SEPTEMBER 11TH....A CROSS OF STEEL FOUND AMIDST THE RUBBLE OF WTC 6...A SYMBOL THEY SAY MUST REMAIN AT GROUND ZERO.

SOT - FATHER BRIAN "I say it's one of the great miracles of the 21st

century."
THE CROSS WAS DISCOVERED BY RECOVERY WORKERS, AND BECAME A MAKESHIFT MEMORIAL. THE FAMILIES SAY THEY'LL FIGHT NOW TO KEEP IT HERE.

SOT - CAROLEE AZZARELLO/LOST BROTHERS ON 9/11 "I think it's very

important that the family have some profound memory here - they need to have their input, it needs to be respectful."

SOT JOEL LINDHAN/WTC VOLUNTEER "It's the people's cross. This is the

cross for all victims, of all the people in America."
.. AT A TIME WHEN HOPE IS WHAT SO MANY ARE LOOKING FOR. AT GROUND ZERO, JAMIE COLBY FOR CBS NEWS.))

[11Water-Break]


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Water service was shut down for parts of Northwest Roanoke yesterday.
A problem at the Delray pumping station led to no water or discolored water for most of the day throughout the city.

A city spokesperson says workers have located and fixed the problem.
No word on how many people were affected but the city says the number was significant.

[11Festival-Park]


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[WRITER=jus]
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Roanoke's Festival in the Park has wrapped up its tents for another year.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


Thousands of people made their way to Elmwood Park for the two weekend event which ended yesterday.
This is the first Festival to take place without long-time director Wendi Schultz.
Stu Israel replaced her in September and says the job so far has had its up and downs.
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[SOT 3:34:50]
[IN Q=I've made a few]

((STU ISRAEL/FESTIVAL DIRECTOR: I'VE MADE A FEW MISTAKES. IT'S A LOT OF FUN. IT'S EVERYTHING I EXPECTED. SOMETIMES YOU TEND TO BE UNREALISTIC AND YOU WANT TO PLEASE EVERYBODY, UNFORTUNATELY YOU CAN'T PLEASE EVERYBODY BUT YOU CAN TRY HARDER.))
[SUPER=01-Stu Israel/Festival Director]
[RUNS=:15]
[OUT Q=you can try harder]
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[VO-NAT]


Israel says few changes have been made since the festival started 33 years ago.
He says in the future the festival needs more events that will bring in even more people.
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[Tonys]


[ANCHOR=Marya]
[NEWSCAST=Mornin]
[WRITER=mjo]
[TAPE#=net]
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Last night, Broadway honored its best and brightest.
Melissa McDermott has this year's Tony award winners.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=This year]
[SUPER=03-New York, NY; :05]
[SUPER=01-Sutton Foster/Tony Winner; :30]
[SUPER=01-Melissa McDermott/Reporting; 1:24]
[RUNS=1:43]
[OUT Q=CBS News, NY.]

(( THIS YEAR 'THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE' IS THE BIG WINNER AT THE TONY AWARDS. BASED ON A 19-67 JULIE ANDREWS FILM.... 'MILLIE' TAPPED ITS WAY TO SIX AWARDS INCLUDING BEST MUSICAL AND BEST LEAD ACTRESS IN A MUSICAL.

(NATS OF AWARD)


SUTTON FOSTER WAS ACTUALLY AN UNDERSTUDY UNTIL SHE WAS ELEVATED TO THE STARRING ROLE JUST BEFORE THE MUSICAL BEGAN.

SOT- (ALREADY FONTED) SUTTON FOSTER/TONY WINNER

"To say this is a dream come true is an understatement, I could not be more honored to be a part of this show"

(NATS OF AWARD)


THE TONY FOR BEST PLAY GOES TO THE "GOAT OR WHO IS SYLVIA." THIS IS AN ESPECIALLY SWEET AWARD FOR PLAYWRIGHT EDWARD ALBEE WHO LAST WON A BEST PLAY TONY ALMOST 40 YEARS AGO FOR "WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF".

SOT-EDWARD ALBEE/PLAYWRIGHT, "THE GOAT OR WHO IS SYLVIA"

"Broadway was ready to see a play about love"

(NATS OF AWARD)

ELAINE STRITCH HAS WAITED EVEN LONGER. SHE FINALLY WON THE TONY THAT HAS ELUDED HER SINCE 19-56. THAT WAS THE YEAR SHE RECEIVED THE FIRST OF HER FOUR NOMINATIONS.

(NATS - "Don't take up my time")

THAT'S BECAUSE THE 77-YEAR-OLD HAD A LOT TO SAY. THE WINNER OF THE SPECIAL THEATRICAL PRIZE FOR HER ONE-WOMAN SHOW "ELAINE STRITCH AT LIBERTY" WENT TOO LONG AND THE BROADCAST HAD TO GO TO COMMERCIAL IN THE MIDDLE OF HER ACCEPTANCE SPEECH CUT.
STANDUP: HOWEVER THERE WAS A SENSE LAST NIGHT THAT EVERYONE ON BROADWAY IS A WINNER. AFTER SEPTEMBER 11TH INDUSTRY LEADERS WERE WORRIED NO ONE WAS GOING TO COME TO NEW YORK CITY AND SEE THESE SHOWS. BUSINESS WAS SHAKY THROUGHOUT THE FALL, BUT GRADUALLY RETURNED. AND AFTER ADDING UP THE NUMBERS... ATTENDANCE WAS ONLY SLIGHTLY DOWN FROM THE PREVIOUS SEASON. MELISSA MCDERMOTT, CBS NEWS, NEW YORK.))


[11After-Prom]


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[NEWSCAST=morn]
[WRITER=jus]
[TAPE#=02-11 TC-1:44:57]
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An area organization gave teens a chance to drive away a winner... and it rewarded students who stay away from drugs and alcohol.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


The Roanoke Area Youth Substance Abuse Coalition held its annual after prom grand finale event yesterday.
Teams of four students from 36 area schools were selected at their after prom party.
Those students went to the Valley View Mall for a chance to win a 2003 Hyundai Tiburon.
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[SOT 5:56:37]
[IN Q=It is very imporant]

((MARY GWEN PARKER/EVENT COORDINATOR: IT IS VERY IMPORTANT WE THINK TO ADD THIS ADDED INCENTIVE BECAUSE STUDENTS ALWAYS WANT PRIZES AND GIVEAWAYS AND WHAT ELSE BESIDES A 20,000 DOLLAR VEHICLES I MEAN I'D LIKE IT.))
[SUPER=01-Mary Gwen Parker/Event Coordinator]
[RUNS=:12]
[OUT Q=I'd like it]
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[VO-NAT]


The vehicle was donated by First Team Hyundai.
Janie Webb of Giles High School went home with the car. (------------)