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Published: Tuesday, 10/19/2010

At Sylvan Elementary, students have a ‘silly' time

Slug: NBRW PIE20p  Date: 10142010  The Blade/Andy Morrison   Location: Sylvania Caption: Cameron Duvall, left, Ta'Lyr Borum and Taylir Lynam cover principal John Duwve in Silly String at  Sylvan Elementary School in Sylvania, Friday, 10152010. The students raised more than $16,500 this year in an annual effort to raise money for field trips and other activities. Top fund-raisers were rewarded by dousing their principal with Silly String and shaving cream. Slug: NBRW PIE20p Date: 10142010 The Blade/Andy Morrison Location: Sylvania Caption: Cameron Duvall, left, Ta'Lyr Borum and Taylir Lynam cover principal John Duwve in Silly String at Sylvan Elementary School in Sylvania, Friday, 10152010. The students raised more than $16,500 this year in an annual effort to raise money for field trips and other activities. Top fund-raisers were rewarded by dousing their principal with Silly String and shaving cream.
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Taking much glee at Sylvan Elementary School are students, from right, Camerin Duvall, Ta'Lyr Borum, and Taylir Lynam. Why? Among all their classmates at the Sylvania school, they were the top fund-raisers and thus earned the honor of spraying Silly String and dumping shaving cream on none other than their principal, John Duwve, who manages a smile through the goop. Collectively the students raised more than $16,500 in their annual effort to help finance field trips and other activities.


Sylvan Elementary School Principal John Duwve manages to smile through gobs of shaving cream and Silly String piled on by his students. Sylvan Elementary School Principal John Duwve manages to smile through gobs of shaving cream and Silly String piled on by his students.
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