Article by W. Clay Crook-
It was almost another time, another place, as before me stood the heroines and heroes that made America the land of freedom and liberty that it is today. “Each of the characters from the 1700s and 1800s is portrayed by a 4th grader, who picked their person and costume,” Natalie Salmon explained. It is their Walk Through American History Wax Museum…Caywood style. Each of the figures lined the walls of a special room, the velvet rope marking the line between the museum and patrons. Each character was immobile, still as the wax figure they portrayed behind a…
For complete coverage, see the April 10th edition of The Lexington Progress.