Posted onMay 23, 2016|Comments Off on Staples Interns Show Characters
Over 400 Staples High School seniors are beginning their 2nd week of a 4-week internship program.
Some commute to New York City companies. Others work in Fairfield County, at stores, offices, law firms, non-profits, schools — you name it, they do it.
The Westport Historical Society has 3 interns. They came on board just as the annual 3rd grade tour began — and the high schoolers jumped right in to help.
Jumped right into costume, that is.
Shown below are Harry Garber (miller), Marcel Massarani (farmer) and Wellington Baumann (Continental soldier). They posed with WHS education/creative director Elizabeth DeVoll. She runs the tour, and portrays artist Rose O’Neill — the Westport artist who created the Kewpie characters.
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