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Polly Page Recipient of Award

Cumberland County artist Polly Page is among the 2013 Governor's Arts Awards recipients, the state's highest honor in the arts. Page is being recognized with the Folklife Heritage Award. The 2013 Governor's Arts Awards will be presented by Gov. Bill Haslam and First Lady Crissy Haslam in a special ceremony produced by the Tennessee Arts Commission, set for April 23. Page, now 94, is a woodcarver and dollmaker in Cumberland County. Page has been a noted figure in traditional Tennessee crafts since World War II. She is known for a variety of animal and human figures, including her signature Aunt Jenny and Uncle Pink dolls.

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