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Published: 3/13/2013


Spring Celebration of the Arts

The third annual Spring Celebration of the Arts on March 13 at Timberstone Jr. High School in Sylvania featured a book fair, displays of art, lab tech displays and performances by both orchestra members and students in seventh and eighth grade choir. CLICK ON ANY IMAGE TO ENLARGE PHOTO, START SLIDESHOW.

Brianna Kamelesky, 13, left, took a look at some of her fellow students' artwork with art teacher Jennifer Bucher. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Brianna Kamelesky, 13, left, took a look at some of her fellow students' artwork with art teacher Jennifer Bucher.
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Victoria, 12, center, and Kathie Hagmeyer, of Sylvania, right, browse through the selection at the book fair. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Victoria, 12, center, and Kathie Hagmeyer, of Sylvania, right, browse through the selection at the book fair.
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Lindsay Bugert, 14, center left, Rusmiah Al-Sharari, 14, center right, and orchestral director Kathleen Hafner, right, preformed together. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Lindsay Bugert, 14, center left, Rusmiah Al-Sharari, 14, center right, and orchestral director Kathleen Hafner, right, preformed together....
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Peggy Richards, center right, and Susie Nash, right, both of Sylvania, watched Nash's daughter Meghan, 13, perform with the seventh grade choir. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Peggy Richards, center right, and Susie Nash, right, both of Sylvania, watched Nash's daughter Meghan, 13, perform with the seventh ...
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Kenni Green, 13, right, smiled as she and her fellow eighth grade choir members performed. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Kenni Green, 13, right, smiled as she and her fellow eighth grade choir members performed.
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Justin Glover, 11, laughed as he pedaled a bike to power a science project manned by Mariam Fneiche, 13, left, which demonstrated the difference in the amount of power necessary to light incandescent bulbs versus CFLs. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Justin Glover, 11, laughed as he pedaled a bike to power a science project manned by Mariam Fneiche, 13, left,...
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The eighth grade art project, which featured artists' interpretations of the idea of repurposing objects, was on display. Enlarge | Buy This Photo The eighth grade art project, which featured artists' interpretations of the idea of repurposing objects, was on display.
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Visitors pass the eighth grade art project on display. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Visitors pass the eighth grade art project on display.
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Jonathan Doenecke, 7, center, took a look at his new book as he and his siblings browsed through the book fair. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Jonathan Doenecke, 7, center, took a look at his new book as he and his siblings browsed through the book fair.
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Hundreds of parents and students take a look at some of the artwork on display. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Hundreds of parents and students take a look at some of the artwork on display.
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