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Barclay congratulates local art students

Assemblyman Will Barclay, front right, congratulates four elementary students from the 120th Assembly district whose work was featured in the New York State Art Teachers Legislative Art Exhibit recently held in Albany.

Assemblyman Will Barclay, front right, congratulates four elementary students from the 120th Assembly district whose work was featured in the New York State Art Teachers Legislative Art Exhibit recently held in Albany.

— Assemblyman Will Barclay, front right, congratulates four elementary students from the 120th Assembly district whose work was featured in the New York State Art Teachers Legislative Art Exhibit recently held in Albany. The Legislative Exhibit was co-sponsored by the New York State Alliance for the Arts in Education. The art is displayed in the Legislative Well in the Capitol Building. Pictured with Barclay are Rocco and Betsy Nalli, parents of Isabella Nalli, a second grade student at McNamara Elementary School in Baldwinsville whose work was featured; Linda Doty, principal of Charles E. Riley Elementary; featured artist Kate Defio, a kindergartener at Van Buren Elementary School in Baldwinsville, with her parents, Karen and Daniel Defio, as well as her siblings, Luke, Jack and Ella Defio; Allyson Bruns, second grader at Riley Elementary and her mother, Jill, as well as Riley Elementary Art Teacher Rebecca Woods; and Tatum Winchek, a first grader from Riley Elementary whose work was on exhibit, along with her parents, John and Pamela Winchek, as well as siblings, Frankie and Kathleen.

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