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National History Day

Well, the family is in Washington DC for National History Day. Our High School sons have made it to the finals having placed first in California in the Group Presentation category. Their project is entitled: Tragedies Committed in the Name of Honor. It should be a great week.  The awards ceremony is webcast live at the National History Day Website, Thursday June 14 at 8am EST.

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  1. Looking forward to the webcast…
    They’re already Number One in the Nation in my opinion!!

  2. Hi Steve, how did the finals go? Could not find them on the National History Day homepage.

    Dirk

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