Noah Zucker, 8, from left, Ari Zucker, 12, Mary Piland, 13, and Rachel Zucker, 15, hang out at the playground at Geneva Elementary School.  Piland, of Austin, Texas, visited the Zuckers this summer. Nearly 600 kids  attend Geneva, making the school a local center of family life.
Noah Zucker, 8, from left, Ari Zucker, 12, Mary Piland, 13, and Rachel Zucker, 15, hang out at the playground at Geneva Elementary School. Piland, of Austin, Texas, visited the Zuckers this summer. Nearly 600 kids attend Geneva, making the school a local center of family life. NIKI DESAUTELS THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
Noah Zucker, 8, from left, Ari Zucker, 12, Mary Piland, 13, and Rachel Zucker, 15, hang out at the playground at Geneva Elementary School. Piland, of Austin, Texas, visited the Zuckers this summer. Nearly 600 kids attend Geneva, making the school a local center of family life. NIKI DESAUTELS THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

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September 11, 2007 6:14 PM

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