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Posted: May 20, 2009 9:39 p.m.
Updated: May 21, 2009 4:55 a.m.
Artist Kym Cappi, left, of Kym's Kreations directs T.J. Yonkers, 16, on the ladder, as he places his hand prints to form leaves of a tree in a garden setting. Artist Kym Cappi, left, of Kym's Kreations directs T.J. Yonkers, 16, on the ladder, as he places his hand prints to form leaves of a tree in a garden setting.
Artist Kym Cappi, left, of Kym's Kreations directs T.J. Yonkers, 16, on the ladder, as he places his hand prints to form leaves of a tree in a garden setting.
Sixth-graders Carly Wesolowski, left, and Emily Miller display their hands covered with orange paint for a family member's photo as they joined the estimated 200 people who paid to put their hand prints on the Mitchell Elementary wall mural as part of a school fundraiser on Wednesday. Sixth-graders Carly Wesolowski, left, and Emily Miller display their hands covered with orange paint for a family member's photo as they joined the estimated 200 people who paid to put their hand prints on the Mitchell Elementary wall mural as part of a school fundraiser on Wednesday.
Sixth-graders Carly Wesolowski, left, and Emily Miller display their hands covered with orange paint for a family member's photo as they joined the estimated 200 people who paid to put their hand prints on the Mitchell Elementary wall mural as part of a school fundraiser on Wednesday.
PTA President Paula Allen, right, assists Starlynn Hartnek, 7, as she joins more than 200 people who placed their handprints on the Mitchell Elementary wall mural as part of a school fundraiser Wednesday. PTA President Paula Allen, right, assists Starlynn Hartnek, 7, as she joins more than 200 people who placed their handprints on the Mitchell Elementary wall mural as part of a school fundraiser Wednesday.
PTA President Paula Allen, right, assists Starlynn Hartnek, 7, as she joins more than 200 people who placed their handprints on the Mitchell Elementary wall mural as part of a school fundraiser Wednesday.
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More than 200 people placed their handprints on the Mitchell Elementary wall mural as part of a school fundraiser Wednesday.

Community members paid $10 to make their mark on the wall.

The proceeds will go to help purchase a video system for the elementary school.

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