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Student Honored for Digital Story about Severe Weather Preparedness during Kick off Event to Mark the 30-Day Countdown to Hurricane Season 2013

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West Hanover Township, Pa., May 2, 2013 -- West Hanover Elementary School fourth grade student Reilly Shafer receives a two-way weather radio donated by Motorola through NOAA from Fred Boylstein, Central Division Director with the Pennsylvania Emergency Managment Agency as National Hot Rod Association World Champion Bruce Larson looks on. Shafer was honored for his winning digital story about severe weather preparedness featuring Flat Stella and Falt Stanley during an event at the school that kicked off the 30-day countdown to Hurricane Season 2013. Photo by FEMA Corps/Dillon Flowers
West Hanover Township, Pa., May 2, 2013 -- West Hanover Elementary School fourth grade student Reilly Shafer receives a two-way weather radio donated by Motorola through NOAA from Fred Boylstein, Central Division Director with the Pennsylvania Emergency Managment Agency as National Hot Rod Association World Champion Bruce Larson looks on. Shafer was honored for his winning digital story about severe weather preparedness featuring Flat Stella and Falt Stanley during an event at the school that kicked off the 30-day countdown to Hurricane Season 2013. Photo by FEMA Corps/Dillon Flowers - Location: West Hanover Township, PA
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