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Talking About A Revolution
On February 25-27, members of Class IV vividly brought to life some of our nation’s most courageous ancestors in this year’s presentation of Revolutionary Voices. The presentations were aglow with period costumes, patriotic music, original portraits completed by Class IV girls, and a myriad of red, white, and blue flags and decorations. The girls embodied pivotal figures ranging from the Sons of Liberty Sam Adams, John Hancock, and Paul Revere to indomitable women like Abigail Adams, Molly Pitcher, and Betsy Ross. The girls eloquently and humorously personified their characters, adeptly tracing America’s roots from the watershed French and Indian War, the Boston Massacre and Boston Tea Party, the signing of the Declaration of Independence, midnight rides and battles, and ultimately victory at Yorktown.