St. Agnes School in West Chester recently hosted a one-night art exhibition during the Greater West Chester Chamber of Commerce Gallery Walk.
The Oct. 4 exhibit featured alumni and friends of St. Agnes School, including Max McCourt, an animator and caricature artist and 2003 graduate of the school. Chester County resident John Hannafin, a 1992 alumnus of the school, displayed his recent painting of St. Agnes Church, located at 231 West Gay Street in the borough.
The parish school, established in 1871, today educates more than 300 students in grades pre-kindergarten to eighth grade.
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