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Fairgrieve Glee Club sings about respect

Under the guidance of music teacher Hope Lawton, right, 54 fourth-graders in Fairgrieve Elementary School’s Glee Club sing “Respect,” by Red Grammer, during Morning Express on Oct. 3 in the school gymnasium. The song, a reflection of the September character virtue of the month, cites the importance of showing respect to one another on a daily basis.
Under the guidance of music teacher Hope Lawton, right, 54 fourth-graders in Fairgrieve Elementary School’s Glee Club sing “Respect,” by Red Grammer, during Morning Express on Oct. 3 in the school gymnasium. The song, a reflection of the September character virtue of the month, cites the importance of showing respect to one another on a daily basis.

Under the guidance of music teacher Hope Lawton, right, 54 fourth-graders in Fairgrieve Elementary School’s Glee Club sing “Respect,” by Red Grammer, during Morning Express on Oct. 3 in the school gymnasium.

The song, a reflection of the September character virtue of the month, cites the importance of showing respect to one another on a daily basis.