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Terrace Town exhibit shows elementary students' work

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MADISON (WKOW) -- About 1,400 local elementary students designed their own city, and they built them out of recycled materials.

"Terrace Town" brought together the students to study architecture and community planning. They spent the last few months learning about that, and Friday they got to see their hard work on display at Monona Terrace.

"Its been really exciting for us and its been really, really exciting for them to come here and see something that they worked on in a big public display," Heather Sabin, the Terrace Town coordinator, said.

Students from Madison, Verona and Sun Prairie schools took part.

If you would like to see the displays and try to build your own city, Terrace Town is open to the public on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Exhibition Hall.

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