Instructor Quilla Roth advised Abigail Bartram, 13, on the proper technique for grasping the bell rope  during a class in the ancient art of change ringing at Washington National Cathedral in November.
Instructor Quilla Roth advised Abigail Bartram, 13, on the proper technique for grasping the bell rope during a class in the ancient art of change ringing at Washington National Cathedral in November. The Washington Post
Instructor Quilla Roth advised Abigail Bartram, 13, on the proper technique for grasping the bell rope during a class in the ancient art of change ringing at Washington National Cathedral in November. The Washington Post

At National Cathedral, student bell-ringing results in peals of laughter

January 08, 2011 12:00 AM

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