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Corey Hepburn and Deborah Washington



The Theta Omega Sigma Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc. honored Corey Hepburn, Rochester resident and vice principal of Henninger High School in Syracuse, and Deborah Washington, principal of Nathanial Rochester Community School No. 3, with the Seven Pearls Excellence in Education Award.

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