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Wax Museum at St. Philip's

St. Philip's first-grade teacher Sue Hengel shows her students how fifth-grader Claudia Vincent, portraying pilot Amelia Earhart, and Toby Glen, portraying astronaut John Glenn, stand still during the 13th annual Wax Museum on Thursday afternoon....

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St. Philip's first-grade teacher Sue Hengel shows her students how fifth-grader Claudia Vincent, portraying pilot Amelia Earhart, and Toby Glen, portraying astronaut John Glenn, stand still during the 13th annual Wax Museum on Thursday afternoon. The 23 students in Geri Clairmont's class portrayed a variety of famous people. Monte Draper | Bemidji Pioneer

St. Philip's first-grade teacher Sue Hengel shows her students how fifth-grader Claudia Vincent, portraying pilot Amelia Earhart, and Toby Glen, portraying astronaut John Glenn, stand still during the 13th annual Wax Museum on Thursday afternoon. The 23 students in Geri Clairmont's class portrayed a variety of famous people. Monte Draper | Bemidji Pioneer

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