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Mr. ORR1 viewsThe most amusing escort of the "Mr. ORR" formal wear section had to be Mrs. Maureen Bowen, accompanying her son’s friend, Kiernan Besse, in an elaborate costume. Photo by Renae Reints.
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Mr. ORR0 viewsPaul Sardinha hosted last week's "Mr. ORR" fundraising event, dressed in an eccentric costume, as he has for past "Mr. ORR" events. This year, Sardinha hosted the second half of the event glamorously dressed as Amazing Mayzie from “Seussical the Musical.” Photo by Renae Reints.
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Mr. ORR1 viewsParticipants of "Mr. ORR" wait in their formal wear for host Paul Sardinha to announce the winners as Callie Gomes and Leah Thomas stand to the left with the winners' prizes. Photo by Renae Reints.
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Mr. ORR1 viewsTalon Gomes, senior, was crowned “Mr. ORR” at the junior/senior fundraising event last Thursday. Photo by Renae Reints.
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Engineering Seminar1 viewsORR’s technology department hosted an engineering seminar last Wednesday. Students had the opportunity to listen while professional engineers presented about their various lines of work. Pictured here from left to right: (back row) Thomas Norris, a technology teacher at ORRHS; Dave Romano, a silicon engineer from Intel; David Sauerbrey, a mechanical engineer from Titleist; Rick Charon, a civil engineer from Charon Associates; Gus Flaherty, an application and test design engineer from Nye Lubricants; Jamie G
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ORR’s AFS Club3 viewsMembers of ORR’s AFS club traveled to Arcola, Illinois for a short-term exchange last week. Pictured here are ORR students and their host students outside the Arcola High School. Photo by Rhonda Reints.
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Every 15 Minutes5 viewsSeniors at ORR looked death in the face during an emotional April 10 presentation on drunk driving. A guest speaker shared her horrific experience of losing a child to drunk driving, and students created a dramatic film that really drove home the message that drinking and driving can have lifelong consequences. By Jean Perry
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Every 15 Minutes5 viewsSeniors at ORR looked death in the face during an emotional April 10 presentation on drunk driving. A guest speaker shared her horrific experience of losing a child to drunk driving, and students created a dramatic film that really drove home the message that drinking and driving can have lifelong consequences. By Jean Perry
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Every 15 Minutes5 viewsSeniors at ORR looked death in the face during an emotional April 10 presentation on drunk driving. A guest speaker shared her horrific experience of losing a child to drunk driving, and students created a dramatic film that really drove home the message that drinking and driving can have lifelong consequences. By Jean Perry
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Destination Imagination4 viewsThe TriTown Destination Imagination teams with Managers, family and friends after winning at the State Tournament March 29. Photo courtesy Tina Rood
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Every 15 Minutes1 viewsSeniors at ORR looked death in the face during an emotional April 10 presentation on drunk driving. A guest speaker shared her horrific experience of losing a child to drunk driving, and students created a dramatic film that really drove home the message that drinking and driving can have lifelong consequences. By Jean Perry
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Every 15 Minutes3 viewsSeniors at ORR looked death in the face during an emotional April 10 presentation on drunk driving. A guest speaker shared her horrific experience of losing a child to drunk driving, and students created a dramatic film that really drove home the message that drinking and driving can have lifelong consequences. By Jean Perry
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