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Photo Gallery: Spontaneous Fun Day at Linton Middle School

Tribune-Review
| Wednesday, February 13, 2019 11:37 a.m
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Lillian DeDomenic | For the Tribune-Review
Rebecca Frey, 13, Mariah Lomax, 14, Talia Russell, 13, Brianna Washington, 13, Luke Houlahan, 13, and Samantha Lee, 14, members of the DoNut Worry, B Happy Division 2 team, are looking forward to the upcoming tournament on March 2 at Keystone Oaks High School.
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Lillian DeDomenic | For the Tribune-Review
Luke Houlahan, a member of the DoNut Wory, B Happy Division 2 team, likes the challenge of the event.
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Lillian DeDomenic | For the Tribune-Review
Concetta Wright, 9, Joey Natalia, 10, Joshua Collins, 10, Addison Mortle, 10, Ben McMeekin, 10, Grace Campbell, 10, and Sophia Salac, 9, work on one of their practice problems. The Galaxy Kittens, participating in Division 1B, are looking forward to the upcoming tournament on March 2 at Keystone Oaks High School.

For the past 21 years, Penn Hills has hosted the Western Pennsylvania Odyssey of the Mind Spontaneous Fun Day. Forty-five teams from throughout the region gathered Feb. 9, at Linton Middle School to practice and prepare for the upcoming problem-solving competition. This year’s Odyssey of the Mind event will be held March 2 at Keystone Oaks High School.

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