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B’ville student artwork on display in Albany

Isabella Nalli, left, and Sophia Randolph, students at McNamara Elementary School, will have their artwork on display in March at the Legislative Office Building in Albany.

Isabella Nalli, left, and Sophia Randolph, students at McNamara Elementary School, will have their artwork on display in March at the Legislative Office Building in Albany.

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Van Buren Elementary School students Nora Penhollow, left, and Katie DeFio will have their artwork on display at the Legislative Office Building in Albany.

— Eight students from the Baldwinsville Central School District will have their artwork on display in the 23rd Annual Legislative Student Art Exhibit held March 4 to 8 at the Legislative Office Building in Albany. The New York State Art Teachers Association, in partnership with the New York State United Teachers and the New York State Legislators, is sponsoring the exhibit. The show will celebrate the artistic accomplishments of students in Kindergarten through 12th grades from across the state.

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Kaitlyn Hamilton, left, and Sydney Hall display the artwork they will have at an exhibit in Albany this March. They are students at Reynolds Elementary School.

Baldwinsville students selected for the exhibition are: Isabella Nalli and Sophia Randolph from McNamara Elementary School; Kaitlyn Neuman and Caitlyn Williams from Palmer Elementary School; Sydney Hall and Kaitlyn Hamilton from Reynolds Elementary School; and Katie DeFio and Nora Penhollow from Van Buren Elementary School.

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Palmer Elementary School students Kaitlyn Neuman, left and Caitlyn Williams will have artwork on display in Albany. With them is their art teacher Karen Schunck.

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