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FDL seniors tour Ireland

5:26 PM, Mar. 28, 2013  |  Comments
Riley Ancil, left, and Lindsay Backhaus, seniors from Fond du Lac Christian School, stand in front of the Cahir Castle in Ireland. They returned from their trip on March 22.
Riley Ancil, left, and Lindsay Backhaus, seniors from Fond du Lac Christian School, stand in front of the Cahir Castle in Ireland. They returned from their trip on March 22.
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Seniors at Fond du Lac Christian School (FDLCS) toured Ireland for their senior class trip. The adventure included FDLCS's history teacher, Andrew Gauerke, and his wife Mallory.

Seniors Lindsay Backhaus and Riley Ancil took the week-long trip, scheduled to include St. Patrick's Day in Ireland, with stops in Waterford, Cork, Galway and Dublin.

Students also visited several castles, Kylemore Abby and enjoyed the scenic beauty of Ireland. Ireland was chosen for this year's trip because, as stated by Gauerke, "This year we studied medieval European history, and when you walk through castles, students gain a deeper understanding of how people really lived!"

Past senior trips have included mission trips to an AIDS camp in the Bahamas; a cruise through the Panama Canal; and U.S. trips to Washington, D.C.; and New York City.

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