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PTA Reflections — Arts Recognition and Achievement program

Posted: November 19, 2010 10:35 p.m.
Updated: November 20, 2010 4:55 a.m.
Mother Glenna Panarisi takes a photo of her 6-year-old son Carson’s creation at the school’s PTA-hosted Arts Recognition and Achievement program, which was held Tuesday. Mother Glenna Panarisi takes a photo of her 6-year-old son Carson’s creation at the school’s PTA-hosted Arts Recognition and Achievement program, which was held Tuesday.
Mother Glenna Panarisi takes a photo of her 6-year-old son Carson’s creation at the school’s PTA-hosted Arts Recognition and Achievement program, which was held Tuesday.
Parent Stacy Gibby, right, examines some of the hundreds of pieces of artwork, literature and photographs Tuesday, which were created at Plum Canyon Elementary School. Parent Stacy Gibby, right, examines some of the hundreds of pieces of artwork, literature and photographs Tuesday, which were created at Plum Canyon Elementary School.
Parent Stacy Gibby, right, examines some of the hundreds of pieces of artwork, literature and photographs Tuesday, which were created at Plum Canyon Elementary School.
Katie Mularky, 9, looks at the award-winning entries created by fellow students in grades kindergarten through sixth at Plum Canyon Elementary School in Saugus on Tuesday. The display was part of a program themed “Together We Can,” which was hosted by the school’s parent-teacher association. Katie Mularky, 9, looks at the award-winning entries created by fellow students in grades kindergarten through sixth at Plum Canyon Elementary School in Saugus on Tuesday. The display was part of a program themed “Together We Can,” which was hosted by the school’s parent-teacher association.
Katie Mularky, 9, looks at the award-winning entries created by fellow students in grades kindergarten through sixth at Plum Canyon Elementary School in Saugus on Tuesday. The display was part of a program themed “Together We Can,” which was hosted by the school’s parent-teacher association.
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Katie Mularky, 9, looks at the award-winning entries created by fellow students in grades kindergarten through sixth at Plum Canyon Elementary School in Saugus on Tuesday. The display was part of a program themed “Together We Can,” which was hosted by the school’s parent-teacher association.

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