About 40 people gathered on Sunday afternoon, April 21, at the new "Jan Pitsch Green" in Lincoln for the dedication of a life-size bronze sculpture by Cambridge artist Sondra L. Jonson. The 4 ft. long, 100 pound bronze is a portrait of "Emma," the late Jan Pitsch's pedigree standard poodle. Ms. Pitsch was honored by the Lincoln Parks Foundation with this park named in her honor for the countless volunteer hours she gave in keeping Sheridan Avenue beautiful. The park is located on the south side of Sheridan near 37th St. "Emma" now watches the eastbound traffic on Sheridan from her relaxed position by the new park bench and plantings on the Green. Jonson worked with the Lincoln Parks Foundation and the real "Emma" as a model. This is not the first time Jonson has sculpted a portrait honoring volunteers. Her bronze of Annie Morse graces McCook's Community Hospital, and her portrait of a Boston Terrier enhances Stransky Park in Lincoln.
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