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Poster art blooms this spring for Earth Day

Dominican Sister of Peace Jolene Geier invites the public to enjoy art by Holy Family School students at Brit Spaugh Zoo on the afternoon of April 27 during the Earth Day celebration.

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Maybe you’ve noticed the Earth Day poster art blooming in downtown Great Bend this spring. Wondering where all that art is coming from? Each poster is an original picture by one of over 30 young artists from Holy Family School in Great Bend. 
“It’s their way of reminding us to enjoy Earth Day 2014 as a day for celebrating creation,” said Felix Revello, Grass Roots Environmental Advocacy Team member. Students from fifth and sixth grades drew the posters as part of the arts program Holy Family offers to enrich the educational lives of their students. Each of the ...

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