Sponsored by: The Grable Foundation
Charity: Carnegie Museum of Pittsburgh
Fossil Location: 4501 Forbes Ave, across Forbes from the museum (2022-Jan) map
Auction Price: Purchased by sponsor—not available for auction
Theme: The building blocks of our language and education
 
  Alphabetasaurus About the Design
The Grable Foundation's philosophy of supporting education was demonstrated in a very meaningful way for students of Pittsburgh's Phillips Elementary School.  The foundation donated a DinoMite Days dinosaur for the students to decorate.  The students, led by art teacher Carl Goldman, developed a concept based on the alphabet, the building blocks of our language and education.  Students and teachers from throughout the school created the letters and applied them to the dinosaur.

Sold!About the Sponsor
The Grable Foundation's mission is to help children and youth to become independent, caring, contributing members of society by supporting programs critical to a child's successful development. In order of priority, The Grable Foundation will focus on: improving educational opportunities so that children can achieve their potential; supporting community efforts that create an environment in which children can succeed; strengthening families so they can serve as the core support of children and society.

 

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