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Savannah Morning News - 03-03-2010
Date: 3/3/2010 Album ID: 955374
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Thin spaghetti with anchovies, capers, olives, and breadcrumbs (John Carrington/Savannah Morning News)
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Marcella's Method of making bread crumbs uses a food processor (John Carrington/Savannah Morning News)
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Kenneth Patrick Maddox, A Senior Operator, demonstrates one of the machines for President Barack Obama and Chatham Steel President Bert Tenenbaum Tuesday during the President's visit to Savannah. Richard Burkhart/Savannah Morning News
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Protesting at the Stephenson gate to Hunter was Jackie LaCour and her daughter Jeanne, 9 months. The presidential motorcade used the Montgomery gate. (Steve Bisson/Savannah Morning News)
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Eleanor Bynes was disappointed that the president used the Montgomery gate and not the Stephenson Avenue gate where she was standing. (Steve Bisson/Savannah Morning News)
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President Barack Obama poses with students in the YouthBuild Program Tuesday afternoon as he tours Savannah Technical College. Richard Burkhart/Savannah Morning News
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President Barack Obama talks about becoming more energy efficent during a speach Tuesday afternoon at Savannah Technical College during his visit to Savannah. Richard Burkhart/Savannah Morning News
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President Barack Obama greets students in the YouthBuild Program, and education and jobs training program for at risk students, Tuesday afternoon as he tours Savannah Technical College. Richard Burkhart/Savannah Morning News
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Airforce One gains altitude as President Barack Obama departs Hunter Ary Airfield Tuesday during following his official visit to Savannah. Richard Burkhart/Savannah Morning News
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President Barack Obama exits Airforce One after arriving at Hunter Army Airfield Tuesday afternoon for the President's official visit to Savannah. Richard Burkhart/Savannah Morning News
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President Barack Obama is greeted by Savannah Mayor Otis Johnson and Governor Sonny Perdue after arriving at Hunter Ary Airfield Tuesday during the President's official visit to Savannah. Richard Burkhart/Savannah Morning News
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President Barack Obama talks to the media while touring Meddin Studios with Jon Foster and Nick Gant Tuesday during the President's visit to Savannah. Richard Burkhart/Savannah Morning News
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Paula Deen looks at a printed poster portraits from The Human Survey Project which Pres. Obama autographed during his visit with the owners and employees of Meddin Studios. To the left is Meddin Studios co-owner Nick Gant. Deen, her husband Michael Groover, and older son Jamie were guests of the President during his visit to Meddin Studios. (John Carrington/Savannah Morning News)
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The presidential motorcade pulls into the Meddin Studios on Louisville Road where Pres. Obama stopped to visit with owners and employees of the business. (John Carrington/Savannah Morning News)
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Edna Jackson, Mayor Pro Tem, was among the the crowd of city and business officials waiting to get in to Savannah Tech at 9:46 a.m. Tuesday. Others were Chatham County Commission Chairman Pete Liakakis, Aldermen Jeff Felser and Tony Thomas, Armstrong Atlantic State University president Linda M. Bleicken, Savannah-Chatham County Public Schools Superintendent Thomas Lockamy, Savannah Alderwoman Mary Ellen Sprague, United Way president and CEO Gregg Schroeder and City Manager Michael Brown. Jenel Few/Savannah Morning News
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About a dozen anti-abortion protesters stood at the corner of Stephenson Avenue and White Bluff, near the Hunter Army Airfield gate, at 10:18 a.m. Tuesday. Reese Shellman/Savannah Morning News
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President Obama speaks to an audience of invited guests at Savannah Tech. (John Carrington/Savannah Morning News)
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President Obama speaks to an audience of invited guests at Savannah Tech. (John Carrington/Savannah Morning News)
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President Obama speaks to an audience of invited guests at Savannah Tech. (John Carrington/Savannah Morning News)
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