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BEACON Moab Strings Program presents Fiddle Improv Workshop
The second annual BEACON Strings Program Fiddle Improv Workshop will be held at Grand County Middle School band room, at 3 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 27. The one-hour workshop will be led by Tamara Freid...
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Red Devils lose ‘pink’ basketball game at Green River
The Grand County High School boys basketball team lost on the road to the Green River Pirates on Friday, Dec. 19, by the score of 78-50. The two teams would have normally been decked out in the app...
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MACU to help raise funds for GCHS cheer squad
The Moab branch of Mountain America Credit Union (MACU) is raising funds to help the Grand County High School cheerleading squad purchase new regulation mats needed for performing stunts. MACU has ...
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GCMS students help raise money to help local foster children
Children in foster care come from a variety of backgrounds, each with their own unique circumstances. But they also have something in common – they have been placed into a new situation, usually wi...
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<b><i>Student generosity at HMK...<br></b></i>
Jaymin Hester, a sixth-grader at Helen M. Knight Elementary School, shows a printing plate he created this semester. The sixth-graders spent five art sessions learning to create glue-line prints. The initial design was based on Egyptian and Mesopotamian art, which they drew on foam core and then traced the drawing with white glue to create a raised surface, HMK art coach Bruce Hucko said. The students worked in teams of three to eventually develop multi-color prints. Hucko invited the students to donate a print for the upcoming HMK Arts Extravaganza. To his surprise, a total of 46 students donated their signed original art. The artwork, along with art created by other HMK students, will be available for sale at the event, which will be held March 27 at the school. Proceeds from the sale will benefit the HMK arts program. Photo by Bruce Hucko
Student generosity at HMK...
Jaymin Hester, a sixth-grader at Helen M. Knight Elementary School, shows a printing plate he created this semester. The sixth-graders spent five art sessions learning to create glue-line prints. The initial design was based on Egyptian and Mesopotamian art, which they drew on foam core and then traced the drawing with white glue to create a raised surface, HMK art coach Bruce Hucko said. The students worked in teams of three to eventually develop multi-color prints. Hucko invited the students to donate a print for the upcoming HMK Arts Extravaganza. To his surprise, a total of 46 students donated their signed original art. The artwork, along with art created by other HMK students, will be available for sale at the event, which will be held March 27 at the school. Proceeds from the sale will benefit the HMK arts program. Photo by Bruce Hucko
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