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Published: Wednesday, 7/2/2008

SHOWING ALL THE RIGHT MOVES IN MONROE

Professional skateboarder Kenny Anderson flies over a ramp during a skating demonstration and instructional clinic at the Monroe Sports Complex last week. Mr. Anderson and fellow skateboarder Steve Nesser displayed several tricks.




Slug:  NBRN skaters03p    Date: 06/25/2008         The Blade/Andy Morrison       Location: Monroe      Caption:  Professional skateboarder Kenny Anderson watches Jacob Jennings, 8, Monroe, try a trick during a skating demonstration and instructional clinic at the Monroe Sports Complex, Wednesday, 06/25/2008.       Summary: Slug: NBRN skaters03p Date: 06/25/2008 The Blade/Andy Morrison Location: Monroe Caption: Professional skateboarder Kenny Anderson watches Jacob Jennings, 8, Monroe, try a trick during a skating demonstration and instructional clinic at the Monroe Sports Complex, Wednesday, 06/25/2008. Summary:
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Kenny Anderson watches Jacob Jennings, 8, of Monroe try to perform a trick on his skateboard during the skating clinic.





Slug:  NBRN skaters03p    Date: 06/25/2008         The Blade/Andy Morrison       Location: Monroe      Caption:  Professional skateboarder Steve Nesser gets a high five from Phillip Barronton, 8, Monroe, during a skating demonstration and instructional clinic at the Monroe Sports Complex, Wednesday, 06/25/2008. Barronton gave Nesser a note proclaiming him the greatest skateboarder.      Summary: Slug: NBRN skaters03p Date: 06/25/2008 The Blade/Andy Morrison Location: Monroe Caption: Professional skateboarder Steve Nesser gets a high five from Phillip Barronton, 8, Monroe, during a skating demonstration and instructional clinic at the Monroe Sports Complex, Wednesday, 06/25/2008. Barronton gave Nesser a note proclaiming him the greatest skateboarder. Summary:
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Professional skateboarder Steve Nesser gets a high-five from Phillip Barronton, 8, of Monroe, during a skating demonstration. Young Barronton gave Mr. Nesser a note proclaiming him the greatest skateboarder.










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