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Retired teacher volunteers to educate children about water safety

Water safety volunteer Pam VanderWeele shows a classroom of students the proper way to fit and fasten a life jacket.



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Date Taken:07.26.2013

Date Posted:07.26.2013 12:28

Photo ID:981935

VIRIN:130726-A-CE999-001

Resolution:1024x576

Size:91.35 KB

Location:DENISON, TX, USGlobe

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