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The Town of Penfield formally dedicated the statue of its founder, Daniel Penfield, on July 12, 2012. The statue is located in Schaufelberger Park in the historic Four Corners. The town's Bicentennial Committee commissioned sculptor Don Sottile to create the larger-than-life bronze sculpture as part of Penfield's bicentennial celebration in 2010. Sottile is a well-regarded regional artist known for his public works including two famous sculptures of Abraham Lincoln. The installation features Daniel Penfield standing alongside a granite millstone as a symbol of the milling industry and settlement he fostered along the waterfalls of Irondequoit Creek. The burgeoning community was ultimately established as the Town of Penfield in 1810.
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