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Art Class Travels to Hays

On December 3rd, Mrs. Reece's High School Art class traveled to Hays for a fun afternoon of painting. 

Pam Fellers, owner of Pottery Works in Hays, set up a special class for the students to learn different painting techniques, such as bubble wrap painting and screen printing. Each student created their own snowman plate and tile to take home. 

Interested in learning more about Pottery Works in Hays? Check out their Facebook Page: Pottery Works in Historic Downtown Hays for more information!

Special thanks to the Pawnee Heights Boost Club who paid the enrollment fee so students could take part in this class.

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