Photo Gallery: 'Voices of Freedom" at McIntyre Elementary School in Ross
Presidents, activists and a host of other figures from American history came together at McIntyre Elementary School in Ross Township on May 30, when fifth-graders presented “Voices of Freedom.” The American-history pageant featured luminaries including presidents Abraham Lincoln and Ulysses S. Grant; first lady Abigail Adams; and writer, politician and scientist Benjamin Franklin.
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