Exhibits come to life

Tyquarius Thompson portrayed the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during W.H. Knuckles Elementary School’s Black Wax Museum Exhibit. The fourth-grade team of Gabriella McEachern and Mary Graham sponsored the one-day event as a part of Black History Month. Thirty-eight students completed reports on famous black Americans. Thirty students presented their Wax Museum exhibits live. All exhibits featured a poster with information and facts the historical figures. -

Tyquarius Thompson portrayed the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during W.H. Knuckles Elementary School’s Black Wax Museum Exhibit. The fourth-grade team of Gabriella McEachern and Mary Graham sponsored the one-day event as a part of Black History Month. Thirty-eight students completed reports on famous black Americans. Thirty students presented their Wax Museum exhibits live. All exhibits featured a poster with information and facts the historical figures.

Tyquarius Thompson portrayed the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during W.H. Knuckles Elementary School’s Black Wax Museum Exhibit. The fourth-grade team of Gabriella McEachern and Mary Graham sponsored the one-day event as a part of Black History Month. Thirty-eight students completed reports on famous black Americans. Thirty students presented their Wax Museum exhibits live. All exhibits featured a poster with information and facts the historical figures.
https://www.robesonian.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/web1_wax_1.jpgTyquarius Thompson portrayed the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during W.H. Knuckles Elementary School’s Black Wax Museum Exhibit. The fourth-grade team of Gabriella McEachern and Mary Graham sponsored the one-day event as a part of Black History Month. Thirty-eight students completed reports on famous black Americans. Thirty students presented their Wax Museum exhibits live. All exhibits featured a poster with information and facts the historical figures.