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Porter-Gaud School Student Mural

Porter-Gaud School Student Mural

Porter-Gaud School students created a mural to commemorate the 9/11 tragedies in New York City. Their mural was sent to New York, and hung in a center for the families of the victims at Pier 94 until the office closed. Rediscovered, it will hang in the 9/11 Memorial Museum at Ground Zero in lower Manhattan when it opens in September 2012.
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