The Library is elated to receive another the-pride-of-dublin-002blog.jpgwonderful art piece from DPIE’s (Dublin Partner’s in Education) annual student art auction.  “The Pride of Dublin” is a quilt-like montage of small watercolors picturing landmarks in Dublin: the civic center, the high school, old St. Raymond’s Church and even the Library!  the-pride-of-dublin-003blog.jpgThis wonderful piece was done by Dayna Cahn’s third grade class at Dougherty Elementary  and is beautifully framed.  We have hung it in the Library at a location where we hope people can get right up close and examine each individual watercolor and see if they can identify the local landmark that is pictured. 

I have to thank Donna McMillon, the DPIE staff and the sponsors who made it possible for this work to have a permanent home at Dublin Library.  A plaque next to the painting identifies and thanks each sponsor; Sybase, Donald and Susan Babbitt and Chevron.  Thank you so much and do come by and take a look at this really stunning piece!

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