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Backpack Journalist’ Storytelling Tree -now on exhibit!`

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Linda & Gabi

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Marion Square, Charleston, SC

Today, Gabi and Ms. D. gingerly placed the hand made crystal balls filled with the stories written by the backpack journalists, with some containing a hang tag showing a QR code that is connected to the video story on line.

 

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