By JENNA MINK, The Daily News
When Grady and Tate Sine walked into Emily Mills’ first-grade class last year, they did not know that their work would eventually be displayed throughout the world.
But the twin brothers and about 19 other students at W.R. McNeill Elementary School helped make one of the world’s biggest quilts. Part of the quilt is on display this month at the Warren County Public Library’s Bob Kirby Branch.
“It’s very exciting for McNeill,” Mills said. “Not only my classroom, but McNeill is being represented on this kind of national level.” …