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Published: Wednesday, 5/4/2011

All Saints School brings figures from history, pop culture to life

Seventh grader Hunter Rudolph, right, from Perrysburg,  is dressed as Milton S. Hershey, the founder of The Hershey Company. Seventh grader Hunter Rudolph, right, from Perrysburg, is dressed as Milton S. Hershey, the founder of The Hershey Company.
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Students at All Saints School in Rossford brought life into the term ‘wax museum.' The youths portrayed figures in history and popular culture, complete with costumes and props.

Seventh grader Mackenzie Moore, left, from Perrysburg, performs as Vivien Leigh to Sr. Mary Irenaeus Samsel, a Sister of St. Francis of Sylvania. Seventh grader Mackenzie Moore, left, from Perrysburg, performs as Vivien Leigh to Sr. Mary Irenaeus Samsel, a Sister of St. Francis of Sylvania.
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Hunter Rudolph of Perrysburg told the life history of candy entrepreneur Milton S. Hershey.

Mackenzie Moore of Perrysburg tells Sister Mary Irenaeus Samsel of the Sisters of St. Francis about Vivien Leigh.

Seventh grader Madi Cano, dressed as  Lucille Ball in her famous vitameatavegamin skit. Seventh grader Madi Cano, dressed as Lucille Ball in her famous vitameatavegamin skit.
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Striking a pose in character, Madi Cano of Perrysburg portrays Lucille Ball in the famous vitameatavegamin skit.



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