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"Miss Palmer's School of Penmanship and Civil Behavior" 

When: Sun., Aug. 19, 8 p.m. 2012
Priscilla Palmer passionately believes that the decline of civility in America is linked to the decline of our national handwriting. She addresses a class of "civility offenders" whom she believes can be socially rehabilitated by learning proper penmanship. A ganasta-wanna-be, an overly permissive soccer mom, an ill-mannered congressman and George Washington all challenge her for the elimination of cursive instruction.

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