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POST-GAZETTE, MAY 4, 2012 Page5 Cyrus Dallin (Continued from Page i) Organizing Committee and Participants. read Longfellows's famous 1860 "Paul Revere Ride." The event was organized by many volunteers, led by NEWRA Parks and Open Spaces co-Chairs, David Kubiak and Anne Marie Pistorio, along with Aimee Taberner, co-chair of the Cyrus Dallin Art Museum. Joey Griffith, Eliot School 6 th Grader, singing the National Anthem. Four Generations of the DaUin Family in front of Paul Revere Statue. NEMPAC and Eliot School Students Emma Burgueno, Maya Sen-Jennings and Griffin Black read Long- fellow's 1860 "Paul Revere Ride." L-R: Old North Church Vicar Steve Ayers, Boston City Councilor Sal LaMattina, Mayor Tom Menino, Paul Revere, Jr., State Representative Aaron Michlewitz and St. Stephen's Church Fr. Vincent Daily. Students from Virginia. September 12, 1940 Dedication of the Paul Revere Statue on the Prado. Nina Zannieri, Executive Director of the Paul Revere House interrupted by a British soldier. Three Generations of Paul Revere Jr, III and IV (and eostumed Paul Revere,-second from left). - ........ Paul Revere, Jr., today (Left) and 9 years old at 1940 Statue Dedication (Right). L-R: Rev. Stephen Ayers, Paul Revere, Jr., (Photo by Rosario Scabin, and Christine ShaTbrough.- ................ Ross Photography)