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Honorees for the 2008 Young Audiences New York Children's Arts Awards made a special visit to P.S. 46 in Manhattan (Harlem).

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Honorees for the 2008 Young Audiences New York Children's Arts Awards made a special visit to P.S. 46 in Manhattan (Harlem). Honorees Laura Desmond, CEO of Starcom MediaVest Group, The Americas; Robert K. Futterman, chairman and CEO of Robert K. Futterman & Associates; and artist Vanessa Williams, of Ugly Betty spent last Tuesday morning with students in a third grade classroom where a Young Audiences New York vocal jazz arts residency is taking place. The honorees observed students during their residency and spoke with school administrators. The visit offered honorees a unique first-hand look at the impact Young Audiences New York arts programming has on the children of New York City. Pictured (l-r) are P.S. 46 principal George Young, Vanessa Williams, Laura Desmond and Robert K. Futterman.
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