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By Roger Dey
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Waxing Historic

Lincoln middle school students cap off history classes with a living 'wax museum'

 

Roger Dey

Colt Olsen tells visitors about the contributions of Dr. Jonas Salk, the man who discovered a vaccine for polio, during the 8th grade US History class presentations.

Lincoln Middle School history students presented their final presentations for the year during a pair of "Wax Museum" displays, open to the public, at the Lincoln School gym Tuesday morning, June 7.

The students, dressed as various historic figures, waited for visitors to hit a "play button" that launched them into their presentation on the person they represented.

The morning started with the...



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