Alyson Nightingale, above at right, welcomes her little brother Cameron to a ceremony at Crissey Elementary School in Springfield Township recently, when she, in the role of a Miss Q, 'united' with a Mister U as part of a lesson on spelling. The children were learning how the letters work together in a word. At top left, a poster welcomes guests. Just below at left, kindergarten teacher Kim Hohlbein leads her students to the wedding. Next below, two Mister U's, Khalid Tawfik and Winfield Vincent, pose with one of the Miss Q's, Ysabel Nocon. At bottom left, Remington Robinson eats a wedding-day cupcake just as kids always do: from the bottom up. Below, guests and students mingle among tables all decorated for the party. At bottom center, Ms. Hohlbein, while unwrapping wedding gifts with the children, displays one gift, a quiz - this was an occasion to learn, of course. The gifts began with Q or U, from Quaker oats to an umbrella, as well as the quiz. And at bottom right, Zach Reinhart and his pals end the day by whooping it up after the reception.
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