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Photo gallery: Redeemer Lutheran presents 'Wizard of Oz'

| Friday, May 10, 2013, 7:07 p.m.
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Ryan McLane, 10; Grace Wilshire, 6; and Marissa Kotanichek, 8, starred as the Cowardly Lion, Dorothy and the Scarecrow in Redeemer Lutheran's production of 'The Wizard of Oz,' presented last month.
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Jasmine Samek, 9; Carmella Williams, 9; Alexandra Maskaly, 9; Marissa Kotanichek, 8; and Grace Wilshire, 6, had parts in The Redeemer Lutheran School's production of 'The Wizard of Oz' last month.
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Grace Wilshire, 6, and Marissa Kotanichek, 8, act out a scene as Dorothy and the Scarecrow in Redeemer Lutheran's production of 'The Wizard of Oz.'

Redeemer Lutheran School students and staff put on “The Wizard of Oz” as their annual musical in late April. The production was staged at the school's Penn Hills campus.

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