October 30 2002 Welcome to from left Filippo Bi

first_imgOctober 30, 2002 Welcome to [fromleft] Filippo Bisconti, Rosario Bisconti, Salvatore Bisconti, andAngelo Barrale. This group has come from Sicily to instruct ourconstruction crew in a new building technique. [Photo & text: SA] [from left] Octoberworkshoppers Abigail Yeates and Eli Michael withRosario Bisconti. [Photo: Nabuya Katsuura & text: SA] Salvatore Biscontiwith volunteer Shinya Hirawaka and alumni Jeff Buderer. [Photo: nk &text: SA] The sicilian crewcooked a wonderful and authentic lunch for the performance ofMusicantica. [Photo: T & text: SA] This crew hasbrought an additional excitement to the East Crescent construction. [Photo & text: SA]last_img

Rep Howrylak bill that reforms school discipline signed into law

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Bulgarian DTH provider Satellite BG has said it wi

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