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Immaculata Alums Support Statue's New Home

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Apr 12, 2012 01:05 AM
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by Eric last modified Apr 11, 2012

The Triblocal reports that the alumns of the Immaculata High School in Chicago (which changed hands in 1981) are fully behind the Kalo Foundation's effort to bring the 11-foot tall Alfonso Iannelli-designed Virgin Mary statue that once resided on the building to the Iannelli Cultural Heritage Center in Park Ridge, IL. In fact they are trying to raise $15,000 towards its move and restoration. Read more about it here. Image via triblocal.com




 

 

Picture 5The Triblocal reports that the alumns of the Immaculata High School in Chicago (which changed hands in 1981) are fully behind the Kalo Foundation's effort to bring the 11-foot tall Alfonso Iannelli-designed Virgin Mary statue that once resided on the building to the Iannelli Cultural Heritage Center in Park Ridge, IL. In fact they are trying to raise $15,000 towards its move and restoration. Read more about it here.

Image via triblocal.com



 

 

 
 
 

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