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St. Ann Students Hold Wax Museum to Celebrate Historical Figures

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RARITAN, NJ - Fifth grade students at St. Ann School, in Raritan, held a Wax Museum performance to kick off Catholic Schools Week Jan. 28.

Students picked different figures to portray from throughout the years, including Walt Disney, Betsy Ross, Jacqueline Kennedy and Alexander Hamilton. They took their places in the morning, and then each gave a 40-second speech about their person when someone stepped on their button.

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