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Ms. Pappas, first-grade teacher and Ms. Moran, first-grade teachers’ assistant with Betty Nalls Swartz, Great Falls Historical Society’s Educational Outreach program.

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Great Falls: Local Children Meet Dairy Farming Past

Betty Nalls Swartz explains cow-milking to Forestville first graders.

Betty Swartz and Greg Haymans visited the Forestville Elementary School’s kindergarten last Wednesday, and first grade last Thursday to share how Great Falls used to be the most productive dairy farming community in Fairfax County.

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LinaMedison 5 years, 2 months ago

Pic looks great! A friend of mine graduated from there few years ago. He said it was fantastic time studying there.

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christeena 3 years, 3 months ago

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milanjoy 3 years, 1 month ago

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hellenjos 3 years ago

I see that the Great Falls Historical Society’s Educational Outreach program is doing very well. Program like this can be very much beneficial to children and I hope that many other societies will also come up with ideas like this. https://www.thetripleplay.net">Cheap cable with internet

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