FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 24, 2009

CONTACT: Sebastian D’Elia,
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River Art

Freeholder Bette Jane Kowalski, left, stands near a portrait of Elias Boudinot, one of 19 paintings now hanging along the Elizabeth River near Elizabeth High School. Kowalski and Jonathan Phillips, executive director of Groundwork Elizabeth, attended ceremonies dedicating the paintings, which will be incorporated into a planned river walk that will stretch from the city's downtown to the Arthur Kill

Union County Freeholder Bette Jane Kowalski, left, stands near a portrait of Elias Boudinot, one of 19 paintings now hanging along the Elizabeth River near Elizabeth High School. Kowalski and Jonathan Phillips, executive director of Groundwork Elizabeth, attended ceremonies dedicating the paintings, which will be incorporated into a planned river walk that will stretch from the city's downtown to the Arthur Kill.

Elizabeth Artist Dario Scholis and his son Gabriel stand near one of his 19 paintings now hanging along the Elizabeth River near Elizabeth High School. The paintings will be incorporated into a planned river walk that will stretch from the city's downtown to the Arthur Kill

Elizabeth Artist Dario Scholis and his son Gabriel stand near one of his 19 paintings now hanging along the Elizabeth River near Elizabeth High School. The paintings will be incorporated into a planned river walk that will stretch from the city's downtown to the Arthur Kill.