Meeting at the restored St. Francis of Assisi statue on May 12 were, from left, Jaclyn Appell and Ray Spampinato, granddaughter and son of sculptor Clemente Spampinato; and Betsy Hays Carroll and Lucile Walker Hays, granddaughter and daughter of the man who commissioned the sculpture 40 years ago, former Spring Island owner Elisha Walker Jr.
Meeting at the restored St. Francis of Assisi statue on May 12 were, from left, Jaclyn Appell and Ray Spampinato, granddaughter and son of sculptor Clemente Spampinato; and Betsy Hays Carroll and Lucile Walker Hays, granddaughter and daughter of the man who commissioned the sculpture 40 years ago, former Spring Island owner Elisha Walker Jr. David Lauderdale/The Island Packet
Meeting at the restored St. Francis of Assisi statue on May 12 were, from left, Jaclyn Appell and Ray Spampinato, granddaughter and son of sculptor Clemente Spampinato; and Betsy Hays Carroll and Lucile Walker Hays, granddaughter and daughter of the man who commissioned the sculpture 40 years ago, former Spring Island owner Elisha Walker Jr. David Lauderdale/The Island Packet

Symbol of human search for peace restored on Lowcountry island

June 09, 2012 08:02 PM

UPDATED October 09, 2012 07:57 PM

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