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Mayor Thanks Winners of the Honoring Black History Month Event

https://youtu.be/nnsGuHyUMsU

Click the picture above to view the winners discuss thier pieces!

Thank you so much to all of the amazing students who submitted pieces for the Honoring Black History Month Competition.

Today the Mayor met with two of the three winners.

Their pieces were amazing and we thank them for participating!

Thank you to all of the partners who helped spread the word about this competition including the Pawtucket City Council, School Committee, Mixed Magic Theatre, the Pawtucket Boys and Girls Club, Pawtucket YMCA and many more.

Thank you to everyone who joined in and we wish you all luck next year.

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