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Published: 12/7/2013


Sylvania students' art at Flower Hospital

Dozens of families visited the Hickman Cancer Center Friday, Dec. 6, 2013, to see their children's artwork on display as part of the Art Trail at Flower Hospital in Sylvania. The event, organized by the Sylvania Community Arts Commission, continues Saturday from 11 a.m. through 3 p.m. Art is installed at various places in the City of Sylvania, including downtown. CLICK ANY IMAGE TO VIEW FULL PHOTO, START SLIDE SHOW.

Dozens of families visited the Hickman Cancer Center at Flower Hospital Friday to see their children's artwork on display as part of the Art Trail Enlarge | Buy This Photo Dozens of families visited the Hickman Cancer Center at Flower Hospital Friday to see their children's artwork on display as ...
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Brenda Peconge, left, and her daughter Caitlin Marsengill, 16, center, talk with Sylvania Superintendent Brad Rieger, right, at the Hickman Cancer Center while viewing student-made artwork. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Brenda Peconge, left, and her daughter Caitlin Marsengill, 16, center, talk with Sylvania Superintendent Brad Rieger, right, at the Hickman ...
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Sammy Mason, 10, left, poses next to her artwork with Sylvania Superintendent Brad Rieger, right, at the Hickman Cancer Center as part of the Art Trail. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Sammy Mason, 10, left, poses next to her artwork with Sylvania Superintendent Brad Rieger, right, at the Hickman Cancer Center ...
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Josh Jaffe, 10, points out his piece of artwork to his parents as the family visits the Hickman Cancer Center as part of the Art Trail. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Josh Jaffe, 10, points out his piece of artwork to his parents as the family visits the Hickman Cancer Center ...
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Sylvania Superintendent Brad Rieger, left, asks Abigail, 6, right, about her artwork as she and her mother, Amy Merrill-Wyatt, took a tour. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Sylvania Superintendent Brad Rieger, left, asks Abigail, 6, right, about her artwork as she and her mother, Amy Merrill-Wyatt,...
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Sporting a batman outfit Jason Wong, 5, center, held the hand of his mother, Yong Lei, center left, as he and his brother Jin Wong, 10, center right, look for their artwork. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Sporting a batman outfit Jason Wong, 5, center, held the hand of his mother, Yong Lei, center left, as he ...
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Aiden Ashley, 6, center, smiles for his aunt Pon Scsavnicki, right, as she snaps a photograph of him with his artwork during an open house. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Aiden Ashley, 6, center, smiles for his aunt Pon Scsavnicki, right, as she snaps a photograph of him with his ...
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Lucy Arrigo, 11, left, looks at artwork done by her fellow students during an open house at the Hickman Cancer Center as part of the Art Trail at Flower Hospital in Sylvania. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Lucy Arrigo, 11, left, looks at artwork done by her fellow students during an open house at the Hickman Cancer ...
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