Sponsored by: Citizens Bank
Charity: Boys & Girls Club of Western Pennsylvania
Fossil Location: Gateway Center, Stanwix St. side (2009) map ] [ directions to ]
Auction Price: $4200
: Holly Cummings Wood with children from Arts & Literacy Connection and Boys & Girls Club


Dino-CopiaAbout the Design
A cornucopia, or horn of plenty, is a motif for abundance. An appreciation of children’s abundant creativity gives this dinosaur its name. Young children from the Arts & Literacy After-School Program at the Boys & Girls Club in Lawrenceville created this one-of-a-kind dinosaur. Bedecked with sheet music, ballerina slippers, a cello, and the masks of comedy and tragedy, this richly coloSold!red Stegosaurus illustrates an appreciation for arts and music as well as reading and writing. Working with artist Holly Jo Wood, the children conceptualized the overall design and created the series of images themselves. "Dino-Copia" pays tribute to the life-enhancing role of the arts and its importance to children.

detailAbout the Sponsor
At Citizens Bank, we believe that community involvement and community investment are a corporate responsibility and an expression of who we are as a company.  We actively encourage our employees to volunteer and to get involved with a wide variety of non-profit organizations, causes, and programs that make a difference in the communities where we live and work.