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An annual Presidential Wax Museum was held Thursday afternoon at Port Matilda Elementary School. Each year, third-grade teacher Carrie Sharkey teaches her class about presidents and the election process. The six-week lesson is wrapped up with an event open to the public. Each student researches a president of their choice. They are then required to dress up as that president and hold a short presentation. This year, 26 third-grade students participated. bmilazzo@centredaily.com

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February 26, 2017 06:44 PM

UPDATED February 27, 2017 01:02 AM

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