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Clear Creek students get creative for Earth Day

Aydan McGathey poses with his Earth Day creation made of recycled parts.  - Seraine Page
Aydan McGathey poses with his Earth Day creation made of recycled parts.
— image credit: Seraine Page

In celebration of Earth Day, which was Tuesday, Clear Creek Elementary students recycled and reused items to create art.

Clear Creek teacher Barbara Bromley helped her students by recycling various items over the last few weeks. Bromley encouraged her students to pick a theme surrounding hobbies or interests. The students pieces together items that had been recycled--coffee cans, plastic bottles and old toys--and spray painted them gold to be put on display in the library.

Art projects showcases all kinds of themes--from beaches to sports.

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