Gramercy Park Block Association - Neighborhood News #350
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  Thursday, April 18, 2013 
New York City's Largest Easter Egg at St. George's Church
Photo by Mark Tenniswood 
A recent reception in the St. George's Church courtyard held for Urnewyork artists and the community.  Left to right: Brotherhood Synagogue Rabbi Daniel Alder, Gramercy Park Block Association President Arlene Harrison, Calvary-St. George' Rev. Jacob Smith, Urnewyork arts/Artists for Israel Fernando Romero & Mike Baca, Parish Creative Director Anna Mosby Coleman, Gramercy Park Trustee Rev. Tom Pike, and Artists 4 Israel President Craig Dershowitz
 
Young Jewish New Yorkers recently presented Calvary-St. George's Episcopal Church with a unique Easter gift - New York's largest Easter egg. The eight-foot high sculpture depicts some of the holiest Christian sites in Israel visited by Dominican and Puerto Rican artists Fernando Romero & Mike Baca of Urnewyork, on their trip to Israel with Artists 4 Israel.