Diego Anderson, 9, a 4th grader from Cole Elementary in Clovis, holds up his history display on baseball legend Jackie Robinson during the 34th annual Fresno County History Day at Fresno Pacific University on Saturday, March 11. This year’s theme was “Taking a Stand in History” and included projects by more than 500 students.
Diego Anderson, 9, a 4th grader from Cole Elementary in Clovis, holds up his history display on baseball legend Jackie Robinson during the 34th annual Fresno County History Day at Fresno Pacific University on Saturday, March 11. This year’s theme was “Taking a Stand in History” and included projects by more than 500 students. CRAIG KOHLRUSS ckohlruss@fresnobee.com
Diego Anderson, 9, a 4th grader from Cole Elementary in Clovis, holds up his history display on baseball legend Jackie Robinson during the 34th annual Fresno County History Day at Fresno Pacific University on Saturday, March 11. This year’s theme was “Taking a Stand in History” and included projects by more than 500 students. CRAIG KOHLRUSS ckohlruss@fresnobee.com

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