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Tags: Community, Safety


By Second Grade Students, 8
Recorded at South Fayette Elementary School on May 10, 2012
Description:
As part of the South Fayette: Then and Now Project, second grade students from South Fayette Elementary School share facts about public transportation in the past and present, and their hopes for the future of their community.



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