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PCES holds annual Arts Alive event

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THE ARTS COME ALIVE AT PCES — Piscataquis Community Elementary School second-grader Nandin Erdene, left, looks at design possibilities and fourth-grader Caleb McKusick paints his pet rock during the 2018 Arts Alive event at the Guilford school on June 8. Through the help of approximately 100 volunteers from the community, the 300 PCES students spent a day taking part in more than 30 different workshops.

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PET ROCKS — PCES students Kaydence Doore and Caleb Avellar, who are in grades 3 and 1 respectively, paint some pet rocks during an Arts Alive workshop on June 8 at the school in Guilford. The annual event enables PCES pupils to participate in several workshops from over 30 possibilities, sessions made possible thanks to about 100 volunteers helping out at Arts Alive. Those taking part in the 2018 wore blue or pink T-shirts, with a logo designed by fifth-grader Shyann Dever.

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JELLYFISH IN A BOTTLE — Fourth-grader Cooper Tarsook eyes what is inside in the jellyfish in a bottle workshop during Arts Alive on June 8 at Piscataquis Community Elementary School in Guilford.

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