2007-02-09 / Community

Audrey Pheffer Receives Historical Dolls By St. Camillus Students

Assemblywoman Audrey I. Pheffer was delighted to receive several small sculptures created by St. Camillus students featuring great figures in America's history. The small doll statues, created by the eighth grade social studies students, include great Americans in history ranging from Abraham Lincoln to Davy Crocket to Henry Ford. The figurines were also accompanied by essays written by the artists, offering a biography of each historical figure. These wonderful pieces of art are on display in Assemblywoman Pheffer's Albany office and she invites anyone who may be in the area to stop by and view the students' creations. Pictured, from left: Sister Agnes White, John Biscaino, Shannon Delfini, Assemblywoman Audrey I. Pheffer, Kaylynn Murchison, Tailah Diaz and Maureen O'Sullivan.

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