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Sudbury Star Photographer Visits Corpus Christi

Sudbury Star photographer Gino Donato and his daughter Livea show off their similar stories to the Grade 2 class at Corpus Christi.

May 25, 2010 - Sudbury Star photographer Gino Donato was invited to visit the Gr. 2 students at Corpus Christi school in order to help students gain a better understanding of  the importance of the 5 W's when writing an interesting newspaper article. He also taught the class that a good photo adds good details.  His daughter Livea, posed with him.  Livea is holding up her own newspaper article in which she wrote about a bear in her backyard.  Gino Donato, her dad had brought in a portfolio filled with his work.  He managed to find a very special photo. He  held up his photo in which he captured the very same bear in his backyard. What a team!



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