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Rep. Gomberg unmasks St. James Santiago students’ artwork at Capitol

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David Gomberg

State Rep. David Gomberg (D-Otis) showed off the artwork of a group of St. James Santiago School students during a trip to the Capitol building in Salem on Wednesday.

Clay masks from the students’ African studies last year line the representative’s office gallery wall.

Gomberg talked to the kids about some of his favorite artwork in the Capitol building and introduced the students during a Legislative session.

“Mediterranean food and a trip to Hallie Ford Museum of Art finished a great day for students and parent and staff chaperones,” St. James Santiago School Administrator Julie Fiedler said.


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At long last – Happy New Year!

I'm sure most of us will be happy to see 2020 fade in the rear-view mirror. From pandemic to wildfire to repeated clashes between protesters and police, this year has pushed us to our limits. As the year comes to a close, we all need to take a mask-covered breath and give some thought to how we can do better moving forward.


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