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Mayor Dixon Attends Unveiling and Dedication of William Donald Schaefer Sculpture in the Inner Harbor

Baltimore, MD (November 2, 2009) – Mayor Sheila Dixon joined state and city officials, business leaders and Baltimore residents for the unveiling of the William Donald Schaefer Sculpture in the Inner Harbor’s West Shore Garden. The event was scheduled for today to coincide with William Donald Schaefer’s 88th birthday.

The seven-foot bronze sculpture was a gift to the city by Willard Hackerman, President and CEO of Whiting-Turner.  Sculpted by renowned artist Rodney Carroll, the statue depicts Governor Schaefer with one arm held high waving and the other hand holding a memo with Schaefer’s popular phrase “get it done now.”  A specially designed garden is the backdrop to the statue which looks out towards the Inner Harbor.

Participating with Mayor Dixon in the event are Governor Martin O’Malley, long-time friend Lainy-LeBow-Sachs, Willard Hackerman, Rodney Carroll, the Baltimore City College High School Marching Band and the Morgan State University Choir.

“From this day forward, residents and visitors can see one of Baltimore’s biggest cheerleaders, and greatest visionaries – William Donald Schaefer – as he looks over the harbor he brought back to life,” said Mayor Dixon.  “It serves as fitting tribute to the leadership of a man who made the Inner Harbor one of Baltimore’s and, now one the nation’s brightest jewels.” ...

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Tue. November 3, 2009
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Mayor Sheila Dixon
City Hall, Room 250
100 N. Holliday Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21202
Phone (410) 396-3835
Fax (410) 576-9425

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