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Talented Youth Makes a Town from Some Blocks of Clay

Brock Belvedere

Brock Belvedere

LANKVILLE ACTION NEWS, YES!

A talented youth has made a town out of some blocks of clay, sources were reporting early this morning.  Lankville Daily News rushed right over to confirm the story at the request of our editors.

The adroit second-grader, whose name is Reggie Righetti, showed us the astonishing model in the library of the El Arroyo Bank of Del Lankville Elementary School in Pine County. We immediately called for a photographer to show the world little Reggie’s magnificent creation at the request of our editors.

Reggie Righetti, aged 7, shows off his extraordinary model.

Reggie Righetti, aged 7, shows off his extraordinary clay model of a town.

“It’s supposed to be my street and my neighborhood, ” said Righetti, whose little lumps of shapeless clay were meant to represent houses and streets.  Little Reggie and his teacher, Mrs. Brenda Lezcano, went on for hours about the dazzling creation and, at the request of our editors, we had to stay and listen.

“Reggie has always had a keen interest in architecture.  I think he’ll be a city planner one day too!” said Lezcano, who somehow was able to divine the future from an aggregration of amorphous globs.  “He even laid the roads out in a grid.  So creative!”

At the request of our editors, this reporter discovered the type of clay used (Play, Fun!), the amount of time that Reggie has been modeling with clay (two months) and the occupation of his parents (father: accountant, mother: homemaker).

Although the information was not requested by our editors, this reporter walked around the perimeter of the building and noted the flora and fauna of the area, the type of mulch utilized on the playgrounds and the type of stones used outside the sewer runoff.  And although they were not requested by our editors, this reporter collected samples wherever possible.

This reporter then headed straight to a nearby tavern to capture a little “local flavor”.  But not before phoning this breaking story in immediately to the editors who will doubtless send it forth to an anxiously-awaiting public.

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