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FORT THOMAS, KY (FOX19) -

Fort Thomas elementary schools students put on a live wax museum on Thursday.

Students from Moyer Elementary, Woodfill Elementary and Johnson Elementary all participated, acting as wax figures of famous Kentuckians.

Daniel Boone, Abraham Lincoln and Colonel Sanders were all in attendance.

The kids remained frozen until a coin was dropped into their donation can to 'activate' the figure. The kids then share historical information about the person they are portraying.

Both Jenna Hartung of Woodfill Elementary and Emily Kiefer from Johnson Elementary dressed up as FOX19's Tricia Macke.

All of the money raised was donated to charity.

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