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Fulton, Oswego Art Students Meet Assemblyman Barclay in Albany

Assemblyman Will Barclay (R,C,I—Pulaski ), right, is pictured with students Anthony Bennett and Heather Roberts from Fairgrieve Elementary School in Fulton. Their works were featured in the 2010 Legislative Student Art Exhibition held in the Capitol Building recently. Both students traveled to Albany to meet Barclay as part of the event. The New York State Art Teachers Association Legislative Exhibit is co-sponsored by the New York State Alliance for the Arts in Education. About 200 students throughout the state were represented in the exhibit.
Assemblyman Will Barclay (R,C,I—Pulaski ), right, is pictured with students Anthony Bennett and Heather Roberts from Fairgrieve Elementary School in Fulton. Their works were featured in the 2010 Legislative Student Art Exhibition held in the Capitol Building recently. Both students traveled to Albany to meet Barclay as part of the event. The New York State Art Teachers Association Legislative Exhibit is co-sponsored by the New York State Alliance for the Arts in Education. About 200 students throughout the state were represented in the exhibit.
Assemblyman Will Barclay (R,C,I—Pulaski), center, is pictured with Amanda Cali and Ariana Noel from Riley Elementary in Oswego. Their works were featured in the 2010 Legislative Student Art Exhibition recently. Both students traveled to Albany to meet Barclay as part of the event. The New York State Art Teachers Association Legislative Exhibit is co-sponsored by the New York State Alliance for the Arts in Education. About 200 students throughout the state were represented in the exhibit.
Assemblyman Will Barclay (R,C,I—Pulaski), center, is pictured with Amanda Cali and Ariana Noel from Riley Elementary in Oswego. Their works were featured in the 2010 Legislative Student Art Exhibition recently. Both students traveled to Albany to meet Barclay as part of the event. The New York State Art Teachers Association Legislative Exhibit is co-sponsored by the New York State Alliance for the Arts in Education. About 200 students throughout the state were represented in the exhibit.