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"My unicorn stuffed animal is my lucky charm," said Bridget DeFilippis, a second grade student at William E. DeLuca Elementary School in North Babylon. (Feb. 28, 2012)

LI second graders talk about their lucky charms

Rainbows and unicorns, coins, jewelry and more, the second graders in Ellen Kresic's class at William E. DeLuca Elementary School in North Babylon are very lucky. Learn about their lucky charms -- just in time for St. Patrick's Day!
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"My gold earrings are my lucky charms because my aunt made them for me," said Elyse Brownell, a second grade student at William E. DeLuca Elementary School in North Babylon. (Feb. 28, 2012)

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"My lucky charm is my "Yu-Gi-Oh!" book because it's my favorite book and it came with a special card," said Anthony Clark, a second grade student at William E. DeLuca Elementary School in North Babylon. (Feb. 28, 2012)

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"My mom made me this green shirt for my 6th birthday so it's my lucky charm," said Alexis Clarke, a second grade student at William E. DeLuca Elementary School in North Babylon. (Feb. 28, 2012)

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"My lucky charm is my necklace," said Alexander D'Amaro, a second grade student at William E. DeLuca Elementary School in North Babylon. "Whenever I wear it, it brings me luck." (Feb. 28, 2012)

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"My unicorn stuffed animal is my lucky charm," said Bridget DeFilippis, a second grade student at William E. DeLuca Elementary School in North Babylon. (Feb. 28, 2012)

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"I have a lucky coin," said Shane Halleran, a second grade student at William E. DeLuca Elementary School in North Babylon. "When I brought it to a beach on Fire Island I saw purple sand." (Feb. 28, 2012)

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"Godzilla is my lucky charm because it's an original and I watch the movies on DVD," said Nicholas Hauff, a second grade student at William E. DeLuca Elementary School in North Babylon. (Feb. 28, 2012)

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"My lucky charm is a bead I've had since I was a baby," said Anna Heaton, a second grade student at William E. DeLuca Elementary School in North Babylon. (Feb. 28, 2012)

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"The picture I drew is my lucky charm because I love rainbows and stars, which are lucky too," said Whitney Joseph, a second grade student at William E. DeLuca Elementary School in North Babylon. (Feb. 28, 2012)

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"My ring and my shirt are my lucky charms," said Isabella LeBlanc, a second grade student at William E. DeLuca Elementary School in North Babylon. "Jewelry is very lucky to me and the ring happens to be green." (Feb. 28, 2012)

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"My lucky charm is my baby brother," said C.J. Lorenz, a second grade student at William E. DeLuca Elementary School in North Babylon. "Not everyone has a baby brother and I love him. Plus I have someone to play with." (Feb. 28, 2012)

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"My sister is my lucky charm because I love her and she makes me happy," said Silder Martinez, a second grade student at William E. DeLuca Elementary School in North Babylon. (Feb. 28, 2012)

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"My lucky charm is my treasure box," said Maggie Miller, a second grade student at William E. DeLuca Elementary School in North Babylon. "In it I have a shell from the beach, a bracelet, a $2 bill and a lucky penny." (Feb. 28, 2012)

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"I got my heart charm on my birthday and it has my name on it so it's my lucky charm," said Hailey Ruggiero, a second grade student at William E. DeLuca Elementary School in North Babylon. "I love it!" (Feb. 28, 2012)

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"My soccer ball is my lucky charm," said Alexander Siguenza, a second grade student at William E. DeLuca Elementary School in North Babylon. "My brother, cousin and I play soccer outside and it's a lot of fun." (Feb. 28, 2012)

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"My niece is funny and we play tag and hide and seek together, that's why she's my lucky charm," said Isaiah Smalls, a second grade student at William E. DeLuca Elementary School in North Babylon. (Feb. 28, 2012)

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"My lucky charm is a four-leaf clover necklace I got in Florida," said Robert Summers, a second grade student at William E. DeLuca Elementary School in North Babylon. (Feb. 28, 2012)

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"My gold hoop earrings are my lucky charms, said Julia Tineo, a second grade student at William E. DeLuca Elementary School in North Babylon. "My grandma got them for me and I really like them." (Feb. 28, 2012)

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"I have a hot pink coin and every time I hold it and I'm doing math I get the answer right," said Alexis Wilkinson, a second grade student at William E. DeLuca Elementary School in North Babylon. "That's why it's my lucky charm." (Feb. 28, 2012)

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"Rainbows are lucky to me," said Christopher Zuluaga, a second grade student at William E. DeLuca Elementary School in North Babylon. "Whenever I see rainbows something good always happens. Like one day I was at the park with my dad and we saw a rainbow. He then asked if I wanted to go to the movies. Another time I saw one at my house and then my mom said get on your bathing suit, we're going to the beach." (Feb. 28, 2012)

Second graders in Ellen Kresic's class at William
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Second graders in Ellen Kresic's class at William E. DeLuca Elementary School in North Babylon brought in their lucky charms, just in time for St. Patrick's Day. (Feb. 28, 2012)

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