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Friday, February 2, 2007

Joshua Enos, of Denmark, Maine, is a member of the American Trap Association (ATA), and has been a member since he was 13.  Joshua is graduating from his high school (the Fryeburg Academy, in Fryeburg, Maine) this year, and had submitted to his high school a picture of him with his shotgun--unloaded, broken, and draped over his shoulders.  The school refused to use this photo, because it showed a firearm in it.  Joshua’s father asked if he could be in the Alternative Sports section of the yearbook.  The answer was:  “no” with a gun, but “yes” with his trophies.  His father then took a picture of Joshua with some of his trophies, but the school is now refusing to use this photo because the trophies have guns on them! 

To make your views known on this issue, please contact the school via Headmaster Dan Lee, at (207) 935-2001, extension 116, 745 Main St., Fryeburg, ME 04037.

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