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SUBMITTED PHOTO Shannon Malamud, first grade teacher at Riverside Elementary West School, was recently awarded a $1,000 educational mini-grant from the Lackawanna Heritage Valley. The grant funding will be used to educate first-grade students about the valley’s heritage through a full-day learning expo which will be held at the Everhart Museum in Scranton. From left, first row: Emmy Stone, Amira Aldubayan, Kaydence Brennan, Madison Kozichek, Ava Aniska, Allahna-Rose Jackson, Vanessa Skurka, Lyla Belotti-Sheridan and Natalie Paroby. Second row: Jace Smith, Davin Walsh, John Klemish, Shane Mills, Robert Klemish, Nicholas Posluszny, Mason Borent, Cooper Digwood, Drake Gierulski and Shannon Malamud.

Shannon Malamud, first grade teacher at Riverside Elementary West School, was recently awarded a $1,000 educational mini-grant from the Lackawanna Heritage Valley. The grant funding will be used to educate first-grade students about the valley’s heritage through a full-day learning expo which will be held at the Everhart Museum in Scranton. From left, first row: Emmy Stone, Amira Aldubayan, Kaydence Brennan, Madison Kozichek, Ava Aniska, Allahna-Rose Jackson, Vanessa Skurka, Lyla Belotti-Sheridan and Natalie Paroby. Second row: Jace Smith, Davin Walsh, John Klemish, Shane Mills, Robert Klemish, Nicholas Posluszny, Mason Borent, Cooper Digwood, Drake Gierulski and Shannon Malamud.