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Published: 11/24/2009

Talking turkey at Starr Elementary in Oregon

CTY feathers24p 11/20/09 The Blade/Dave Zapotosky Caption:  Mallory Barney left, and Alex Cashen, kindergarten students at Starr Elementary School in Oregon, Ohio, react as Gil Kollarik shows them animal pelts Monday, November 23, 2009.  Mr. Kollarik is a maintenance man for the Oregon schools and a long-time certified hunter education instructor. He annually does a program on wild turkeys and other wild animals for students prior to Thanksgiving. CTY feathers24p 11/20/09 The Blade/Dave Zapotosky Caption: Mallory Barney left, and Alex Cashen, kindergarten students at Starr Elementary School in Oregon, Ohio, react as Gil Kollarik shows them animal pelts Monday, November 23, 2009. Mr. Kollarik is a maintenance man for the Oregon schools and a long-time certified hunter education instructor. He annually does a program on wild turkeys and other wild animals for students prior to Thanksgiving.
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CTY feathers24p 11/20/09 The Blade/Dave Zapotosky Caption:  Gil Kollarik shows a wild turky pelt to kindergarten students at Starr Elementary School in Oregon, Ohio,  Monday, November 23, 2009.  Mr. Kollarik is a maintenance man for the Oregon schools and a long-time certified hunter education instructor. He annually does a program on wild turkeys and other wild animals for students prior to Thanksgiving. CTY feathers24p 11/20/09 The Blade/Dave Zapotosky Caption: Gil Kollarik shows a wild turky pelt to kindergarten students at Starr Elementary School in Oregon, Ohio, Monday, November 23, 2009. Mr. Kollarik is a maintenance man for the Oregon schools and a long-time certified hunter education instructor. He annually does a program on wild turkeys and other wild animals for students prior to Thanksgiving.
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Kindergartners Mallory Barney and Alex Cashen are agog as they view animal pelts during a program yesterday at Starr Elementary School in Oregon.


Gil Kollarik shows a wild turkey pelt to the children. Mr. Kollarik, a maintenance man for Oregon schools, is a hunter education instructor who does an annual program on wild turkeys prior to Thanksgiving.


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