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By Marc Lutz
Wrangell Sentinel 

Elementary holds second art walk; includes plant sale to raise funds for EATS

 

Marc Lutz/Wrangell Sentinel

Fifth grader Jimmy Jabusch, left, and his mom Natalya Jabusch peruse a wall display of drawings during the Evergreen Elementary Art Walk on May 17.

The turnout was so nice, they did it twice.

Due to the popularity of the Evergreen Elementary art walk held on Dec. 1, the school's social-emotional learning teacher Tawney Crowley worked with staff and students to hold another May 17.

Along with art exhibits covering tables, lining walls and hanging from the ceiling, Tracey Martin, the Evergreen Agricultural Testing Site (EATS) garden instructor, was selling plants from the garden to raise funds to keep the project going.

"We have tomatoes, cucumbers, broccoli, cauliflower, dill, brussels sprouts, basil, parsley, house plants," Martin sai...



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