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Front of Yonge Public Library Brings Sculpting to Students

Front of Yonge Public Library Brings Sculpting to Students
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Front of Yonge Public Library Assistant Eileen MacDonald (left) was at Front of Yonge School in Mallorytown on Friday, April 13 to lend a hand with their community outreach program. Sculpting was on the schedule with fine artist and pottery teacher Krista Cameron.  Principal Jennifer Moore (right) views the work that Neven (middle) has created with a dragon sitting on top of a storybook. The Front of  Yong Public Library is committed to partnering with various organizations to share interesting programming in the Library and out in the  community. – Photo by DOREEN BARNES

Mallorytown – Front of Yonge Public Library Assistant Eileen MacDonald was at Front of Yonge School in Mallorytown on Friday, April 13th to  lend a hand with their community outreach program. Sculpting was on the schedule with fine artist and pottery teacher Krista Cameron.

Inspiring children’s creativity is what Krista Cameron does when working with students. With the Front of Yonge Public Library  outreach into the community with various programs, including pottery and sculpting, the students in Front of Yonge Elementary School had an opportunity to show their originality.

Principal Jennifer Moore views the work that Neven has created with a dragon sitting on top of a storybook. The Front of Yong Public Library is committed to partnering with various organizations to share interesting programming in the Library and out in the  community.

 

Inspiring children’s creativity is what Krista Cameron does when working with students. With the Front of Yonge Public Library  outreach into the community with various programs, including pottery and sculpting, the students in Front of Yonge Elementary School,  Mallorytown had an opportunity to show their originality. Colton (right) with the direction from Krista, sculpted a reading book,  representing a story, with a creature sitting on top. – Photo by DOREEN BARNES

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