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Palette Pals program honors young artists

Charlee Adams with teacher Kim Robins of Petsworth Elementary.

Tenley Davis with teacher Jamie Rose of Bethel Elementary.

Eden Gothreau-French with teacher Lindsey Mahnke of Abingdon Elementary.

Cassadee Lee with teacher Michele Abrahamson of Achilles Elementary.

Arts on Main, Gloucester’s community arts organization, held a Palette Pals reception for second and third graders and their families on March 23.

Palette Pals is a grant-based arts enrichment program funded by Arts on Main and the Gloucester Community Foundation. The program is provided to students in grades K-5 at all five Gloucester elementary schools. Palette Pals focuses on teaching hands-on STEM-based art lessons that focus on SOL objectives in math and science.

“We are excited to offer the Palette Pals program to the elementary schools in Gloucester County,” Arts on Main chair Mike Ivey explained. “For the second and third grade reception, the students’ artwork was on display at Arts on Main and fam...

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