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The arts come alive at PCES

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Arts Alive PCES

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MAKING THEIR FLUBBER COME ALIVE — Piscataquis Community Elementary School students Noah Kain, left, and Connor Hamlin make batches of flubber during the 2019 Arts Alive event at the Guilford school on Friday, June 7. Through the help of approximately 100 volunteers from the community, 350 PCES students spent a day taking part in more than 30 different workshops.

PCES Arts Alive

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TAKE HOME TERRARIUMS — PCES students, from left, Ava Edes, Brayden Gilbert and Anthony Davis assemble their terrariums during an Arts Alive workshop June 7 at the school in Guilford. The annual event enables PCES pupils to participate in several workshops from over 30 possibilities thanks to 100 volunteers helping out at Arts Alive. Those taking part this year wore green T-shirts with a logo designed by sixth-grader Lena Pearson.

Piscataquis Community Elementary School Guilford

Observer photo/Stuart Hedstrom
SHAVING CREAM ART — Victor Michaud and Marianna Neptune start their shaving cream art projects at Arts Alive on June 7 at Piscataquis Community Elementary School in Guilford.

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