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Beehive restoration

The 2021-2022 project for the Augustine Warner Chapter of the National Daughters of the American Revolution has been completed—a restoration of the 2001 beehive sculpture, “Angel in the Whirlwind.” The Cook Foundation, as one of its initial projects, commissioned beehive sculptures in 2001 as part of Gloucester County’s 350th anniversary celebration. The foundation held a contest for the best designs for beehive sculptures; one of the winners was “Angel in the Whirlwind” by Lt. Col. Lewis “Bucky” Burruss (U.S. Army-ret.). His design honored Governor John Page’s Gloucester County origins and his role in the American Revolution. The Rosewell Foundation eventually acquired the “Angel in the Whirlwind” beehive. Weather and vandals eventually wore away at the sculpture until by 2021, it was in need of restoration and repainting. The Warner Chapter adopted its restoration and enlisted the aid of Dr. John Gremer, who is skilled in fiberglass repair, to restore the damaged portions. Artist Ol...

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