It didn’t seem like an unusual request to Wade Gelinas. He had posed for a senior portrait with his beloved hunting rifle and wanted to use the photo in the yearbook. But the school said no, touching off a feisty debate over guns.
It didn’t seem like an unusual request to Wade Gelinas. He had posed for a senior portrait with his beloved hunting rifle and wanted to use the photo in the yearbook. But the school said no, touching off a feisty debate over guns. Wade Gelinas Facebook
It didn’t seem like an unusual request to Wade Gelinas. He had posed for a senior portrait with his beloved hunting rifle and wanted to use the photo in the yearbook. But the school said no, touching off a feisty debate over guns. Wade Gelinas Facebook

Student wants his beloved gun in his yearbook photo. His school says no

October 25, 2017 11:16 AM