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Monday, June 1, 2020
RIGHT: Dave Kunsman and his grandson Maxwell Berosh enjoy lunch together at St. Ann School Jan. 25 during Catholic Schools Week.PRESS PHOTOS BY BEVERLY SPRINGER RIGHT: Dave Kunsman and his grandson Maxwell Berosh enjoy lunch together at St. Ann School Jan. 25 during Catholic Schools Week.PRESS PHOTOS BY BEVERLY SPRINGER
PRESS PHOTO BY BEVERLY SPRINGERRick Farkas, Kylie Farkas and Deb Farkas take advantage of the opportunity to share a meal as part of the Catholic Schools Week celebration. See the story and additional photos on Page A7. PRESS PHOTO BY BEVERLY SPRINGERRick Farkas, Kylie Farkas and Deb Farkas take advantage of the opportunity to share a meal as part of the Catholic Schools Week celebration. See the story and additional photos on Page A7.
ABOVE: MaryAnn Turanchik and her grandson Parker DeFulvio are delighted to have the opportunity to share lunch on a school day. ABOVE: MaryAnn Turanchik and her grandson Parker DeFulvio are delighted to have the opportunity to share lunch on a school day.
Grandmother Louise McKeon has the full attention of granddaughter Harper Sisonick. Grandmother Louise McKeon has the full attention of granddaughter Harper Sisonick.
LEFT: Joseph Naydhor and Katiana Rosario join in singing the “Havana Song” during the talent show at St. Ann School Jan. 25. LEFT: Joseph Naydhor and Katiana Rosario join in singing the “Havana Song” during the talent show at St. Ann School Jan. 25.
Faith Bixler uses her talent as a ventriloquist to converse with her puppet friend Maddie. Faith Bixler uses her talent as a ventriloquist to converse with her puppet friend Maddie.
James Raynock astonishes the audience with magic tricks. James Raynock astonishes the audience with magic tricks.
Mikaela Chapman gives a performance of Billie Eilish’s “Ocean Eyes.” Mikaela Chapman gives a performance of Billie Eilish’s “Ocean Eyes.”
ABOVE: Catherine Raynock gives a rendition of “Bohemian Rhapsody.” ABOVE: Catherine Raynock gives a rendition of “Bohemian Rhapsody.”

ST. ANN SCHOOL

Thursday, February 6, 2020 by beverly springer Special to The Press in Local News

Grandparents come for lunch and talent abounds

St. Ann Catholic School in Emmaus recently celebrated Catholic Schools Week with a variety of activities focused on family unity, student accomplishment and community outreach. The program for the festivities Jan. 25 included an invitation for grandparents and their grandchildren to enjoy lunch together followed by a student talent show. Children enrolled in grades 3 through 8 gave polished performances which showcased the range and depth of talent possessed by St. Ann School students.