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On January 15, 2013, the Wakefield, Massachusetts building now known as the Americal Civic Center will turn 100 years old. Last night, it received an early birthday present. In ceremonies held last night in the Heritage Room, a new portrait of the historic building, painted by local artist Elizabeth O’Neill Lowry, was unveiled.
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My artist brother, Bob Sardella, painted this scene showing our chlidhood home on Spring Street in Wakefield, Massachusetts. In the foreground is Jack, the great dog we had for 15 years back in the days before leash laws, when dogs roamed free.
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Tags: Art, artist, Bob Sardella, dog, dogs, Family, Jack, painting, Sardella, Sardella Sign & Display, Sardella Signs, Spring St., Spring Street, Wakefield, Wakefield MA, Wakefield Massachusetts