2012-02-16 / Front Page

Wills Memorial donates art supplies



Showing off new art supplies donated by Wills Memorial Hospital are (l-r:) Dylan Smith, Cameron Bowen, Alma Gonzalez, Taija Briscoe, Jesus Zuniga-Angel, Serenity Bentley, (back) WMH Community Relations Director Susan Pope, and Melanie Stokes, K-8 Visual Arts Teacher for Wilkes County schools. “Some 500 students at Washington-Wilkes Primary School will benefit from these donations,” Stokes said. “Pencils and erasers are used in abundance for rough drafts and designing art compositions. Black Sharpie pens are a favorite for giving outlines and final touches to artworks.” The results of the art instruction can be seen in the W-WPS school gallery on www.artsonia.com. Showing off new art supplies donated by Wills Memorial Hospital are (l-r:) Dylan Smith, Cameron Bowen, Alma Gonzalez, Taija Briscoe, Jesus Zuniga-Angel, Serenity Bentley, (back) WMH Community Relations Director Susan Pope, and Melanie Stokes, K-8 Visual Arts Teacher for Wilkes County schools. “Some 500 students at Washington-Wilkes Primary School will benefit from these donations,” Stokes said. “Pencils and erasers are used in abundance for rough drafts and designing art compositions. Black Sharpie pens are a favorite for giving outlines and final touches to artworks.” The results of the art instruction can be seen in the W-WPS school gallery on www.artsonia.com.

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