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Photos: St. Joseph brings history to life

St. Joseph Parish School students representing U.S. history at the Historic Wax Museum included (front row, from left) Claire Hince, Gabbi Matzek, Ellie Block, Claire Schommer, Rory Zuehlsdorf, Landon Zeverino; (back row) Katie Huppert, Deitrich Eich, Ashley Keller, Jeanne Rohl, Ethan West, Dru Vogland. Photo courtesy of Judith Huppert1 / 3
St. Joseph Parish School students representing ancient civilizations at the Historic Wax Museum included (front row, from left) Sophia Murphy, Reese Ptacek, Elisa Sterud, Nina Jones; (back row) Alee Warp, Olivia Pagenkopf, Ava Budworth, Tessa Schmidt. Photo courtesy of Judith Huppert2 / 3
St. Joseph Parish School students representing Wisconsin history at the Historic Wax Museum included (front row, from left) Cora Olson, Hannah Schommer, Allie Tibayan; (back row) Wyatt Wrisky, Sophia Perez, Daniel Wiatr, Jacob Chesney, Brooklyn Goehring, Brennen Pagenkopf, Cadyn Hillebrand. Photo courtesy of Judith Huppert3 / 3

Submitted by Judith Huppert

The annual Historic Wax Museum was held at St. Joseph Parish School in Prescott.

Students in grades 4-6 brought history to life as they portrayed 31 historical personalities, as a culmination of their studies of Wisconsin history, U.S. history, and ancient civilizations.

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