Buddy Benches

Rep. Burns donated 'Buddy Benches' to schools in the 72nd Legislative District in time for the 2014-15 school year. The idea for Buddy Benches came from Chloe Bidelman, a fifth-grader at Windber Area Elementary, who saw the concept in a television piece. A Buddy Bench is a place on the playground where children can go if they're looking for someone to play with.

Rep. Burns donated "Buddy Benches" to schools in the 72nd Legislative District in time for the 2014-15 school year. The idea for Buddy Benches came from Chloe Bidelman, a fifth-grader at Windber Area Elementary, who saw the concept in a television piece. A Buddy Bench is a place on the playground where children can go if they're looking for someone to play with.



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Rep. Burns donated "Buddy Benches" to schools in the 72nd Legislative District in time for the 2014-15 school year. The idea for Buddy Benches came from Chloe Bidelman, a fifth-grader at Windber Area Elementary, who saw the concept in a television piece. A Buddy Bench is a place on the playground where children can go if they're looking for someone to play with.

Rep. Burns donated 'Buddy Benches' to schools in the 72nd Legislative District in time for the 2014-15 school year. The idea for Buddy Benches came from Chloe Bidelman, a fifth-grader at Windber Area Elementary, who saw the concept in a television piece. A Buddy Bench is a place on the playground where children can go if they're looking for someone to play with.

Rep. Burns donated "Buddy Benches" to schools in the 72nd Legislative District in time for the 2014-15 school year. The idea for Buddy Benches came from Chloe Bidelman, a fifth-grader at Windber Area Elementary, who saw the concept in a television piece. A Buddy Bench is a place on the playground where children can go if they're looking for someone to play with.



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Rep. Burns donated "Buddy Benches" to schools in the 72nd Legislative District in time for the 2014-15 school year. The idea for Buddy Benches came from Chloe Bidelman, a fifth-grader at Windber Area Elementary, who saw the concept in a television piece. A Buddy Bench is a place on the playground where children can go if they're looking for someone to play with.

Rep. Burns donated 'Buddy Benches' to schools in the 72nd Legislative District in time for the 2014-15 school year. The idea for Buddy Benches came from Chloe Bidelman, a fifth-grader at Windber Area Elementary, who saw the concept in a television piece. A Buddy Bench is a place on the playground where children can go if they're looking for someone to play with.

Rep. Burns donated "Buddy Benches" to schools in the 72nd Legislative District in time for the 2014-15 school year. The idea for Buddy Benches came from Chloe Bidelman, a fifth-grader at Windber Area Elementary, who saw the concept in a television piece. A Buddy Bench is a place on the playground where children can go if they're looking for someone to play with.



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Rep. Burns donated "Buddy Benches" to schools in the 72nd Legislative District in time for the 2014-15 school year. The idea for Buddy Benches came from Chloe Bidelman, a fifth-grader at Windber Area Elementary, who saw the concept in a television piece. A Buddy Bench is a place on the playground where children can go if they're looking for someone to play with.

Rep. Burns donated 'Buddy Benches' to schools in the 72nd Legislative District in time for the 2014-15 school year. The idea for Buddy Benches came from Chloe Bidelman, a fifth-grader at Windber Area Elementary, who saw the concept in a television piece. A Buddy Bench is a place on the playground where children can go if they're looking for someone to play with.

Rep. Burns donated "Buddy Benches" to schools in the 72nd Legislative District in time for the 2014-15 school year. The idea for Buddy Benches came from Chloe Bidelman, a fifth-grader at Windber Area Elementary, who saw the concept in a television piece. A Buddy Bench is a place on the playground where children can go if they're looking for someone to play with.



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Rep. Burns donated "Buddy Benches" to schools in the 72nd Legislative District in time for the 2014-15 school year. The idea for Buddy Benches came from Chloe Bidelman, a fifth-grader at Windber Area Elementary, who saw the concept in a television piece. A Buddy Bench is a place on the playground where children can go if they're looking for someone to play with.

Rep. Burns donated 'Buddy Benches' to schools in the 72nd Legislative District in time for the 2014-15 school year. The idea for Buddy Benches came from Chloe Bidelman, a fifth-grader at Windber Area Elementary, who saw the concept in a television piece. A Buddy Bench is a place on the playground where children can go if they're looking for someone to play with.

Rep. Burns donated "Buddy Benches" to schools in the 72nd Legislative District in time for the 2014-15 school year. The idea for Buddy Benches came from Chloe Bidelman, a fifth-grader at Windber Area Elementary, who saw the concept in a television piece. A Buddy Bench is a place on the playground where children can go if they're looking for someone to play with.



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Rep. Burns donated "Buddy Benches" to schools in the 72nd Legislative District in time for the 2014-15 school year. The idea for Buddy Benches came from Chloe Bidelman, a fifth-grader at Windber Area Elementary, who saw the concept in a television piece. A Buddy Bench is a place on the playground where children can go if they're looking for someone to play with.