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Art Students Give Thanks to Service Members

Art students at Berkshire High School created 112 cards on Monday, November 28th in support of the ‘A Million Thanks’ card campaign. The cards were addressed to active duty service members, veterans, and military families, many of whom will be away from home or apart for the holidays, in order to give thanks, and provide encouragement and holiday cheer. The Berkshire initiative was spearheaded by senior art student Anna Loveland. Thank you for caring, BHS!

Pictured In Top Left Photo: East Geauga Kiwanis recognized Burton Elementary third graders Ben Myers, Caden McGranahan, and Emma Rickelman with the Outstanding Third Grade Award.

Pictured In Bottom Left Photo: East Geauga Kiwanis recognized Ledgemont Elementary third grader Jacob Patterson, shown here with principal Kelly Timmons, with the Outstanding Third Grade Award.

BHS Junior’s Artwork on display in Columbus

Junior Aiden Burkley was recently selected to send a work of art to the “99 Show” in Columbus. This show is sponsored by the Ohio Art Education Association, the Ohio Arts Council. And the Ohio House of Representatives. Her pastel piece will hang with 98 other pieces of artwork for an entire year in a special exhibition of high school art work on display at the Vern Riffe Center for Government and the Arts in Columbus. Congratulations, Aiden! We are very proud of you.

Pictured In Right Photo: Aiden Burkley

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