Montgomery Blair High School's Online Student Newspaper
Sunday, August 19, 2018 7:55 pm

Valentine's Day

February 14th only comes once a year, SCO documented possible presents avaliable to the Blair population.

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A storefront in Washington, D.C. decorates for Valentine's Day.

A storefront in Washington, D.C. decorates for Valentine's Day.1Picture by Lorena KowalewskiFlowers are a popular present for Valentine's Day. Many stores sold flowers in anticipation for the holiday.2Picture by Lorena KowalewskiThe Woodmoor Bakery was open specially on Monday, February 14 so people could continue to buy treats for their loved ones.3Picture by Lorena KowalewskiThe Bakery sold boxes of pink, heart shaped cookies.4Picture by Lorena KowalewskiIndividual cookies and cupcakes were also available for sale.5Picture by Lorena KowalewskiWhole cakes were for sale, specially decorated with small hearts.6Picture by Lorena KowalewskiFor $5 a deluxe candy gram had more chocolate than the regular ones, including a giant chocolate heart. 7Picture by Lorena KowalewskiInToneNation sold singing candy grams. They performed during 1st and 3rd period.8Picture by Lorena KowalewskiA booth in Union Station sold a variety of presents, ranging from flowers to giant stuffed teddy bears.9Picture by Lorena KowalewskiJunior Alijha Redman proudly holds her presents she received for Valentine's Day.10Picture by Lorena KowalewskiJuniors Betty Elais, Arsiema Tekele-Beyene, Vanessa Adjei and Tiona Matthews show off their Valentine's Day cupcakes and presents. 11Picture by Lorena Kowalewski

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