Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Nathan Clifford School Honored At State House on 100th Birthday

Forty fourth-graders from Nathan Clifford School in Portland visited the State House on February 1st for the presentation of a special Legislative Sentiment sponsored by Representative Jon Hinck in honor of the school’s 100th anniversary. The sentiment was co-sponsored by all members of the Portland delegation.

The second-oldest continuously-operating elementary school in Portland , it was designed by noted architect John Calvin Stevens, and named after U.S. Supreme Court Justice Nathan Clifford. Students sat in on a session of the House of Representatives, visited the State Museum , met Gov. Baldacci and asked Hinck many questions about being a representative.


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