Suzanne reads Gettysburg Address


Middle School students in Walnut participated in a simultaneous reading
of the Gettysburg Address on Feb. 12, marking Abraham Lincoln’s 200th Birthday. 

Lincoln fans and students from across the nation read the
Gettysburg Address simultaneously to honor America‘s
16th president. 

According to
the Guinness Book of World Records, the record for most people reading aloud
simultaneously is 223,363 participants.

sang the “Star Spangled Banner” followed by a brief narrative about Lincoln and the
significance of the Gettysburg Address.

Then promptly at 8:30 a.m. students in
Al Haskvitz’ class helped make history setting a new Guinness World