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Hillsborough superintendent, principal accept ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

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Hillsborough County school superintendent MaryEllen Elia, left, and Symmes Elementary principal Julie Hasson have ice and water poured on them for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Delivering the cold are brothers Blake, 8, right, and Bryson, 11, whose mother, Belinda Poole, has ALS. Helping are teachers Anna Rothenbush, left, and Hannah Loenichen. Elia passed the challenge on to Tampa Bay Lightning owner Jeff Vinik.

Hillsborough superintendent, principal accept ALS Ice Bucket Challenge 08/20/14 [Last modified: Thursday, August 21, 2014 5:46pm]
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