02/24/06

News-7 at 6



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Good evening, I'm Jean Jadhon
KEITH 2-Shot KEITH 2-Shot

And I'm KLeith Humphry
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Attendance at Liberty High School
was back to normal today,
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One of the students who came to
school, however, left in handcuffs
this afternoon.

LYNCHBURG DOUBLE BOXES=Keith-Jean & DOUBLE BOXES


Steve/Microwave Steve Smallshaw is in our Lynchburg
newsroom with more on the arrest of a
second teenager in connection with this
week's bomb threat.

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*CG standup Steve Smallshaw
ssmallshaw@wdbj7.com


*CG live Lynchburg

Keith, Jean, police say they're
still investigating the case, but for

now they believe they have charged
everyone who was involved in the threat
to blow up Liberty High School.

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*CG locator Bedford Co.
:00


*CG 2line Major Ricky Gardner
Bedford Co. Sheriff's Office
:31
*CG 2line Scott Watson
Liberty H. S. Principal
1:00



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OUT Q=settling back in just fine. << The news came just 24 hours after


the first arrest in a case that police
and school authorities say is
unsettling.

The first suspect, a 16-year-old
boy, had diagrams of the layout of
Liberty High School in his backpack ...
and authorities believe he was the one
who scrawled the message on a boys'
room wall that was found Monday.

But school resource officers kept
talking with students and following up

on tips ... and late Friday they
charged a 17-year-old boy with being a
participant in the plot.

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IN Q=Unfortunately we have 00:20:49 MAJOR RICKY GARDNER/BEDFORD


CO. SHERIFF'S OFFICE: UNFORTUNATELY WE
HAVE TO HAVE ... HELP THE KIDS.

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OUT Q=help the kids. Educators say attendance was back


to normal today and students seem to be
putting the incident behind them.

But the bomb threat, on top of the
discovery of bullets and a b-b gun in
two other incidents, have made for a
long few weeks.

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IN Q=Understandably there's been 00:16:07 SCOTT WATSON/LIBERTY H.S.


PRINCIPAL: UNDERSTANDABLY THERE'S BEEN
... SETTLING BACK IN JUST FINE.

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LIVE=Steve FULL LIVE FULL



After searching the first suspect's
home yesterday, police seized a
computer and some electronic gadgetry,
but "no" explosive materials.

DOUBLE BOXES=Keith-Jean & DOUBLE BOXES


Steve/Microwave All that will be evaluated to see
what, if any, significance it has.

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GRAPHIC=Plane Crash Federal investigators spent the


day going through the wreckage of a
fatal plane crash in Augusta County.

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*CG locator Augusta Co.

30-year-old Benjamin Randolph
Hickin died last night when the Cessna
182 plane he was flying crashed onto
the shoulder of Interstate 81.

It happened near mile marker 232,
north of Staunton.

Authorities say the plane was
flying low after taking off from the
Shenandoah Valley Airport. Then it hit
a power line, lost a wing and crashed.

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INQ="I just seen....




*CG 2line Tomi Chittum
Witnessed the Crash 42:31"I JUST SEEN A BIG BURST OF
FLAMES. AND, WHEN I PULLED INTO MY
DRIVEWAY, IT WAS ON FIRE. THE PLANE WAS

ON FIRE."42:42

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OQ=..plane was on fire."





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Aviation officials say there
wasn't any radio contact with the pilot
indicating a problem.

Hickin was the only person on
board the Cessna.

No other injuries were reported
on the ground.

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GRAPHIC=Shooting Police have arrested a fourth man


in relation to a shooting early this
morning in Bedford.
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Officers responded to the 300
block of East Franklin Street shortly
after midnight.

They found 26-year old Nathaniel
Lee of Bedford with minor gun shot

wounds.

Lee was taken to the hospital,
treated, and later released.
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GRAPHIC=HOLD Earlier today, Police arrested


43-year-old Carl Thomas Evans Senior ,
24 year old Bobby Lewis Cunningham, and
23-year-old Carl Thomas Evans Junior .

Later this afternoon they
arrested a fourth man, 18 year old Jack
Stanley Evans of Bedford.

Police say the shooting was a
result of several altercations
involving numerous individuals starting
late Thursday night.

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GRAPHIC=Brush Fire The threat of brushfires is


high across Western Virginia...

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*CG locator Bedford Co.

a fact Bedford County firefighters

learned today.

A small fire blackened about
three-quarters of an acre near
Chamblissburg.

The National Weather Service
has issued a fire watch through
tomorrow afternoon because of the very
dry and windy conditions.

A statewide burning ban went
into effect last week, prohibiting open
fires before four o-clock in the
afternoon

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GRAPHIC=NONE Executive orders ensuring


equal state employment rights for gays
are unconstitutional... that's the
opinion of Attorney General Bob
McDonnell.

Former Governor Mark Warner
imposed the nondiscrimination policy
just two days before he left office.

Current Governor Tim Kaine signed a
similar order instituting the same
policies moments after he was
inaugurated.


The opinion McDonnell released
today is NOT binding state law but
could provoke a legal battle between
the Republican attorney general and the
Governor, who is a Democrat.
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GRAPHIC=NONE The popular Quadfest event at


Radford University is canceled this
year for some new spring activities.

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VO-NAT Last year, Quadfest kept Radford


police busy.

The non-alcoholic campus
sponsored event spilled out onto the
streets of the city where students
hosted off campus parties.

That weekend...police handed out
400 citations..mostly alcohol related.

New River Valley Bureau Reporter
Holly Pietrzak has more on the new
events.

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INQ=There weren't too




*CG locator Radford
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*CG 2line Johnny Tomko
RU Student
:08
*CG 2line Jason Bowers
RU Student
:19 (quick)
*CG 2line Joanna Bonilla
Campus Activities Bd. Pres.
:36
*CG 2line Tiffiney Allen
RU Student
:52
*CG reporter Holly Pietrzak
hollyp@wdbj7.com
1:07



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OQ=Holly Pietrzak, News 7, Radford << There weren't too many happy
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after getting word Quadfest won't
happening this year.



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INQ= i think it sucks JOHNNY TOMKO, RU STUDENT



02:24:39 I THINK IT SUCKS BECAUSE WE
ALL HANG OUT AND HAVE A GOOD TIME. ONE
OF THE LAST TIMES WE HANG OUT BEFORE
THE END OF THE SCHOOL YEAR. BEFORE WE
ALL GO HOME FOR THE SUMMER...SO IT'S
KINDA LAME THAT THEY'RE NOT HAVING IT.
02:24:51

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OQ=not having it



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INQ=it's what all JASON BOWERS, RU STUDENT



02:19:28 IT'S WHAT ALL THE STUDENTS
LOOK FORWARD TO ALL YEAR...EVERY YEAR.
02:19:32

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OQ=every year



Student leaders announced their
decision not to sponsor the popular
event saying they wanted to take full
advantage of the new student center.

They say the move doesn't have
INSERT QUADFEST PICTURE anything to do
last year's off campus parties in
Radford. END QUADFEST PICTURE



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INQ=in our mission JOANNA BONILLA, CAMPUS ACTIVITIES BOARD


PRESIDENT


02:08:32 IN OUR MISSION STATEMENTS
WE'RE SUPPOSED TO FOCUS ON FUN EVENTS
ON CAMPUS. WE JUST FELT WITH QUADFEST
ON CAMPUS THAT WE COULD JUST USE THE
MONEY IN ANOTHER WAY. 02:08:43

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OQ=in another way



But lots of students say
....INSERT ANOTHER QUADFEST
PICTUREputting an end to Quadfest won't
end party problems. END QUADFEST
PICTURE



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INQ=I think even TIFFINEY ALLEN, RU STUDENT



02:14:51 I THINK EVEN THOUGH THEY'RE
DOING AWAY WITH IT. THERE IS STILL
GOING TO BE PARTIES OFF CAMPUS. I
THINK PEOPLE WILL STILL BE PARTYING
EVEN THOUGH THEY'RE GETTING RID OF IT.
02:15:01

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OQ=getting rid of it





Student activity leaders are
planning several big concerts. Jagged
Edge is scheduled for March and Billy
Currington will perform in April.

There will also be smaller weekly

events.

Holly Pietrzak, News 7, Radford.

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GRAPHIC=NONE It's not often that high school


students get to skip class for a
country music concert, but today at
Lord Botetourt students and teachers
cut class for that very reason.

Jeremy Butterfield was there as
Blake Shelton made a stop in Botetourt
County

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INQ=NAT SOUND:BLAKE SHELTON




*CG locator Botetourt Co.
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*CG 2line Nadia Charity
Lord Botetourt Pep Club
:17 QUICK


*CG 2line Ellen Sprinkel
Lord Botetourt Pep Club

:30 QUICK


*CG 2line Blake Shelton
Country Music Singer
:45


*CG 2line Brett Sharp
94.9 Star Country
1:04


*CG reporter Jeremy Butterfield
jbutterfield@wdbj7.com
1:27



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OQ= It was the typical introduction


for a famous country music singer, but
not your typical venue.

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NADIA CHARITY:THIS IS AMAZING BECAUSE
HE'S BIG AND IT IS GREAT TO SEE SOME
ONE THIS BIG HERE AT OUR SCHOOL.


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ELLEN SPRINKEL:THIS IS PRETTY MUCH THE
BEST CONCERT THEY HAVE GIVEN YET SO WE
ARE EXCITED.

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OQ= Hundreds of Lord Botetourt high


school students roared as they accepted
their PRIZE for winning 94.9's Toy
Mountain competition.

A private concert with Blake
Shelton.

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BLAKE:IT'S AMAZING MAN. I'VE GOT THE
EASIEST PART HERE. THEY DID ALL THE
WORK ALL I GOTTA DO IS PLAY THEM A FEW
SONGS AND HOPE THEY DON'T BOO ME OFF
THE STAGE.

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OQ= The students began raising money


for the competition last fall, and have
now claimed victory over high schools
in Roanoke, Lynchburg, and the New
River Valley for the last four years.

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BRETT SHARP:I THINK IT'S HARD BECAUSE
WE DO IT BASED ON TOYS RAISED PER
CAPITA. THAT WAY THE SMALLER SCHOOLS
GET A CHANCE TO WIN TOO. SO A SCHOOL
THIS SIZE RAISED OVER 85-HUNDRED
DOLLARS IN TOYS, ALL TO BENEFIT THE
TOYS FOR TOTS CAMPAIGN.

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INQ= NAT SOUND:SHELTON THANKING STUDENTS



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OQ= After the concert Shelton signed


autographs, and posed for pictures.

But as things wrapped up,
students were already looking ahead to
next year.

Jeremy Butterfield, News7,
Botetourt County.

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Almost six months after
Hurricane Katrina, the Gulf Coast
states are still trying to get back on

their feet.
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Still ahead, how the recovery
effort is bringing together students
from Mississippi and right here in
Virginia.

LIVE=NATASHA FULL/MICRO LIVE FULL

*CG standup Natasha Ryan
nryan@wdbj7.com


*CG live Roanoke





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Still ahead on News Seven,
kids in the New River Valley get a
Black History Month lesson... from a

history-making teacher.

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Plus Hurricane Katrina
brought them together as pen pals.

Today these elementary school
students met face to face for the first
time.
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GRAPHIC=Katrina Recover Shortly after Hurricane Katrina


devastated the Gulf Coast, Bedford
Elementary School organized a book
drive to help a school in Pearlington
Mississippi.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Bedford Co.

Today, a family from Pearlington
paid a visit to the students in
Bedford, thanking them for the nearly
900 books their school received.

Nat Dawsey, a 3rd grader from
Charles B. Murphy Elementary in
Pearlington thanked all the students.

He also passed out pictures from
his home town and talked about how much
the book drive helped him and his
friends.

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*CG 2line Nat Dawsey
3rd Grader from Pearlington 20:25 NAT DAWSEY/3RD GRADER FROM
PEARLINGTON

IT TOOK A LOT OF STRESS OFF OF US,
WHERE WE COULD READ, AND IT GAVE US A
LOT MORE TIME TO TAKE AND CONCENTRATE
ON GETTING OUR A-R BACK UP. 20:35

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OQ=getting our A-R back up





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Many students also became pen
pals with the kids in Bedford.

Dawsey met his pal today, Hunter
Toms, a 4th grader.

The Dawsey family will also
attend a church event before heading
back to Mississippi in a few days.

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GRAPHIC=NONE As partygoers in New Orleans are


celebrating the city's determination to
stay alive, some partiers here in
Roanoke are also celebrating Mardi
Gras... for a good cause.

DOUBLE BOXES=Keith & Natasha/Micro DOUBLE BOXES



Natasha Ryan is at the Hotel Roanoke
where the celebration is set to get
underway. Natasha, what's the
atmosphere like?

LIVE=NAtasha Full/Micro LIVE FULL

*CG standup Natasha Ryan
nryan@wdbj7.com



*CG live Roanoke

Jean, everybody's excited, and as you
can see, the staff here and volunteers
are preparing to host a grand
party....and all the proceeds tonight
will go towards rebuilding the Gulf
coast.

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VO NAT
TASHA'S MIC HOT


*CG locator New Orleans, LA
This Afternoon And we thought it'd be fun to give you
a few Mardi Gras facts....Mardi Gras is
French for Fat Tuesday...Now most
people are under the assumption Mardi
Gras begins a two week binge of
partying..but it's actually the end. In
fact, the partying in New Orleans began
January Sixth and will wrap up February
28.....

LIVE=Natasha Full/Micro LIVE FULL

*CG live Roanoke

Tonight through Tuesday is the prime
party time in Louisiana...and of
course, while people here are
collecting beads and having a good
time, the thought of all the Katrina
victims is still present ...as well as

in New Orleans...

DOUBLE BOXES=Keith & Natasha/Micro (DOUBLE BOXES)



In fact the motto there is "Long after
the waters have receded, the Spirit of
New Orleans lives on." And Jean, if
you're wondering, everybody's invited
here..the party will kick off at 630,
end at eleven and the cost is 25
dollars a person.


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GRAPHIC=None Coming up tonight in sports the


ACC track and field championships are
at Tech this weekend.

The Vipers plan to honor some
folks from Roanoke's hockey past.

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VO-NAT and the ODAC final is all set -


as Bridgewater and Randy-Mac advance to
tomorrow's championship.

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GRAPHIC=ODAC We begin tonight with the ODAC


women's final four at the Salem Civic
Center.

Roanoke College fresh off its
upset of Wesleyan last night looked to
get another win the semi-finals this
afternoon.

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*CG locator Salem
Eagles vs Maroons Susan Dunagan's club was taking
on a Bridgewater team that had only
lost twice in conference play during

the regular season.

The Eagles would get off to a
fast start. Rebecca Henderson a
Freshman from Cave Spring would score
and Bridgewater led by 7.

The Eagles continue to score in
the paint, Katy Herr with the
acrobatic score inside.

The Maroons would start the
comeback with Brittany Johnson scoring
on the inside.
*CG final Roanoke Then Roanoke went to their sharpshooter 54 Cindy McGraw. The E.C. Glass product Bridgewater scored back to back threes, but Roanoke 69 couldn't hold onto the lead in the
second half. The Maroons fall to
Bridgewater 69 to 54.

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GRAPHIC=HOLD The other semi-final would see


the higher seed and the defending champ
advance.

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*CG locator Salem

Yellow Jackets vs Quakers Top Seeded Randolph-Macon hooked
up with Guilford in the first
semi-final.

The Quakers looking to pull the
upset. Jennifer King would get the
bucket and the foul to bring Guilford
within striking distance.

But Randy-Mac would have none of
it. Michelle Orton would get 2 of her
game high 22 points.

*CG final Guilford She wasn't the only Yellow Jacket to 63 score 20. ODAC player of the year Randolph-Macon Megan Silva with the steal and the 85 lay-up. Randolph-Macon moves to the
championship game with a 85 to 63.

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GRAPHIC=Commonwealth Challenge The ACC's Indoor Track


Championships have taken over the
Rector Field House in Blacksburg this
weekend.

The meet is the latest
installment of the Commonwealth
Challenge for Virginia and Virginia
Tech.


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*CG locator Blacksburg
ACC Indoor Track Championships The Wahoos lead the inaugural :00 challenge 11-4 and with one more
half-point will clinch the title for
2005-2006. To do that, the UVA men's
or women's team will have to finish
ahead of their Hokie counterparts.

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*CG 2line Randy Bungard
Virginia Head Coach
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GRAPHIC=VIPERS The Roanoke Valley Vipers are


dead last in the United Hockey League

in both the standings and attendance,
but on Saturday night - March 11th -
the Vipers will try to draw a crowd
with a blast from the past.

The team is planning to retire
the jersey of Dave Shultz who played
for the Salem Rebels during the 1969-70
season and later went on to star for
the Philadelphia Flyers.

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*CG locator Roanoke
2001 Season The team also plans to retire the :00 number 32 jersey worn by Daniel
Berthiaume during his days in goal for
the Roanoke Express.

Bert played in the NHL for 10
season and with the Express seven more.

The ceremony will take place on
Saturday March 11th.

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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NASCAR The NASCAR circuits are in


Fontana, California this weekend for a
triple header of races. The trucks

race is tonight and Nextel Cup
qualifying begins this evening at 6:30.

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*CG locator Fontana, CA
SPEED One of the top cars during this
afternoon's practice belonged to South
Boston native Jeff Burton in the
Richard Childress Cingular Chevy.

We'll have the starting grid for
Sunday's Auto Club 500 tonight on News
7 at 11.

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KEITH 2-SHOT KEITH 2-SHOT

Montgomery County's
superintendent is trying to make sure
Black History month doesn't go by
unnoticed in her schools.

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*CG locator Christiansburg

Tiffany Anderson showed up at
Belview Elementary School this morning
in traditional African dress.

She went over the history of
African Americans in Montgomery County,
handed first graders books and showed a
video on Rosa Parks.

Anderson is the first female and
African American superintendent in the

county's history.

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INQ= IT'S IMPORTANT FOR




*CG 2line Tiffany Anderson TIFFANY ANDERSON: 1:39:30:00 IT'S Montgomery Co. Superintendent IMPORTANT FOR ME TO MAKE SURE THAT
STUDENTS UNDERSTAND AND APPRECIATE
DIVERSITY IN OTHER CULTURES. IT ALSO
GIVES ME A CHANCE TO INTERACT WITH KIDS
AND TO TEACH. :38

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Anderson is planning to bring
this lesson to all the elementary
schools over the next few weeks. (END VO) (END VO)