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In the Aug. 29 issue of the Sun, an article about Congressman Andy Barr’s visit to Versailles did not use the correct acronym for IP, which should have been Intellectual Property – not Internet Protocol. The last of the article on Teacher of the Year, Robert Greene, was inadvertently left off. It should have read: “I consider myself a learning facilitator – empowering the students to gain skills and knowledge and experience in what they’re doing here,” says Greene, who’s been married to his wife Sharon for 41 years. The Sun regrets the errors.

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