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SS.C.D. Students dress down for projector project

November 14, 2013

(Photo by Destiny Pifer/The Punxsutawney Spirit)

The students at SS.C.D. School celebrated a night out at the movies last week at the Jackson Theater.

The entire school participated in dress-down days, during which students paid a dollar each to dress
down.

There were four different themes for dress-down days, and money raised was donated to the Jackson Theater for the projector fund.

A total of $224 was raised and presented to Rob McCoy, Punxsutawney Area Community Center director. For their generosity, the students were treated to a movie called “The Croods.”

Pictured in front (from left) are students Ella Newcome, 4th grade; Natalie Miller, 2nd grade; and Emily Dobbins, 2nd grade. McCoy is pictured in the back.

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