Bagpiper visited Franklin school


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  • Hannah Bodle and Taylor Burgos are shown with bagpiper Jeff Korger.



Jeff Korger visited Franklin Borough School on March 17 to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.

He entertained the students by marching through the hallways playing the bagpipes. Students rushed to doorways to get a glimpse of him before he faded away like a leprechaun.

He was fully dressed in the traditional outfit of bagpiper — kilt and a sporran that was secured with a belt that wrapped around his waist. The most important accessory was his bagpipes.


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