Alice Fisher smiles with her foster parents, Annie Zirkle, left, and Sam Zirkle. Fisher is one of seven York County foster teens who graduated from high school or college this spring.
Alice Fisher smiles with her foster parents, Annie Zirkle, left, and Sam Zirkle. Fisher is one of seven York County foster teens who graduated from high school or college this spring.
Alice Fisher smiles with her foster parents, Annie Zirkle, left, and Sam Zirkle. Fisher is one of seven York County foster teens who graduated from high school or college this spring.

York County foster teens head to colleges in fall

June 14, 2008 11:27 PM

UPDATED June 14, 2008 11:36 PM

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