Double the fun 2014
Double the Fun
by W. Stanley Proctor
This sculpture represents Sallie Peterson Ferguson reading to a young boy and a young girl. She was raised on a fruit farm on Meisenheimer Road in Summit Township, Mason County, Michigan. Ferguson was a Ludington High School graduate of the class of 1961. She was a valedictorian. Ferguson went to college and became a high school English teacher. She was one of the founders of the Montessori School of Kalamazoo. Because of Ferguson’s background in teaching Dr. Bill Anderson, chair of the Mason County Cultural Economic Development Task Force, proposed the idea that the sculpture be placed at the Ludington Public Library. The sculpture is at the Craig R. Rasmussen Outdoor Activity Area in the rear of the library. The sculptor that created this is W. Stanley Proctor, who also made the sculptures "Hooked on Hamlin" and "Follow the Leader" for the Mason County Sculpture Trail. Dedicated August 2014 Located at the Craig R. Rasmussen Outdoor Activity Area at the Library.
Location 217 East Ludington Ave. Ludington, MI 49431
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