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T.E.N. wins four Telly awards for historical documentaries

By Michelle Quigley

Two documentaries produced by The Education Network (T.E.N.) of the Palm Beach County School District have been awarded Tellys.

The documentary Laura Woodward: Visionary Artist won in the documentary, cultural and education categories. The 30-minute production tells the story of Laura Woodward, a landscape artist who used her paintings to persuade Henry Flagler to build a resort in Palm Beach in 1894.

The Hurricane of 1928 — documenting the deadly storm that slammed into Palm Beach County and roared inland to lift the water right out of Lake Okeechobee — also won in the education category.

You can watch Laura Woodward: Visionary Artist and The Hurricane of 1928 right here on HistoricPalmBeach.com.

In 2009 T.E.N. won an Emmy award for its Anywhere/Anytime science videos.

The Telly Awards are in their 31st year of honoring the best local, regional, and cable television commercials and programs, video and film productions, and works created for the Web.

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Drawing of Laura Woodward, painting under an umbrella amid a tropical landscape. (Palm Beach Post file photo)

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Posted in Flashback blog March 11, 2010 at 4:14 pm.

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