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Annunciation Catholic Academy Hosts Saint Museum

Written by Emily
Annunciation Catholic Academy, Altamonte Springs
Posted November 14, 2011

The 3rd graders at Annunciation Catholic Academy honored All Saints Day by taking part in the annual Saint Museum. Each student selected a saint and found out interesting facts about them and created a decorative poster. Additionally, each child dressed up in a costume that looked like their saint. Many students even held items that were important to their saint, such as bread held by St. Elizabeth of Hungary, flowers held by St. Thérèse of Lisieux, and the Virgin Mary holding baby Jesus.  Parents, teachers, and all of the other Annunciation students were able to visit this exciting Saint Museum.

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