The Spelling Dee is for dyslexia

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The Spelling Dee is for dyslexia

Susan Smilanic, center, discusses the spelling of a word with Matt Kelly as they serve as a resource in The Liberty School’s Dyslexic Spelling Dee on Wednesday at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church. It was a fundraiser for school supplies for a sister school in Darfur, South Sudan.
Danny Guandolo, 13, ponders the spelling of a word during the Liberty School Dyslexic Spelling Dee on Wednesday at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church. Danny is the son of Julie and Dan Guandolo.
Scott Atchison, center, his son, Chris Atchison, right, Chris Grotefend, left rear, and Megan Lewis, right rear, with her son, Wes Lewis, laugh along with family members taking part in the Liberty School Dyslexic Spelling Dee on Wednesday at St. Mark’s Epicopal Church.

The Spelling Dee is for dyslexia

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Susan Smilanic, center, discusses the spelling of a word with Matt Kelly as they serve as a resource in The Liberty School’s Dyslexic Spelling Dee on Wednesday at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church. It was a fundraiser for school supplies for a sister school in Darfur, South Sudan.
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Danny Guandolo, 13, ponders the spelling of a word during the Liberty School Dyslexic Spelling Dee on Wednesday at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church. Danny is the son of Julie and Dan Guandolo.
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Scott Atchison, center, his son, Chris Atchison, right, Chris Grotefend, left rear, and Megan Lewis, right rear, with her son, Wes Lewis, laugh along with family members taking part in the Liberty School Dyslexic Spelling Dee on Wednesday at St. Mark’s Epicopal Church.
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