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Show in Verona a night of family fun with an anti-bullying message

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Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Pittsburgh musical-comedy duo, Josh and Gab, presented their anti-bullying show at an event sponsored by the Oakmont Carnegie Library at Verner Elementary in Verona, Thursday, March 15, 2018. Storytelling at its best, Josh Verbanets (right) and Gab Bonesso delivered a fast-paced family program for children of all ages.
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Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Pittsburgh musical-comedy duo, Josh and Gab, presented their anti-bullying show at an event sponsored by the Oakmont Carnegie Library at Verner Elementary in Verona, Thursday, March 15, 2018. Gab Bonesso is shown encouraging the the Stotler family, father Bo, Billy, 1, mother Kassandra, Penny, 8, and Glenn, 3, to sing along with her.
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Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Pittsburgh musical-comedy duo, Josh and Gab, presented their anti-bullying show at an event sponsored by the Oakmont Carnegie Library at Verner Elementary in Verona, Thursday, March 15, 2018. Josh Verbanets is shown here playing the Kennywood song, 'Behind the Jack Rabbit.'

Pittsburgh musical-comedy duo, Josh and Gab, presented their anti-bullying show at an event sponsored by the Oakmont Carnegie Library at Verner Elementary in Verona on Thursday.

Storytelling at its best, Josh Verbanets and Gab Bonesso delivered a fast-paced family program for children of all ages.

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