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Thursday, July 1, 2010 N/Warren Town and County News Page Eleven NORWALK MIDDLE SCHOOL ART SHOW ....... 6th Grade 7th Grade 8th Grade Artists of the Quarter Artists of the Quarter Artists of the Naomi Safford Riley Belker Ellen Wines Jordan Nelson Miranda Pomeroy Rachel Garner Alex Dinnen Magic Garden (Best of Show) Darian Sleeth Extra work done by circus personnel for extra pay is called cherry pie. Scratch Board Ten percent of the ;o" Russian government's Des.00n income comes from the sale of vodka. Taylor Voitel Taylor Vanderhaar Michaela Henke Aleyna Moeller Allison Stanley Artist of the Year Kassidy Simmons Brittany Miller 2010 Art Show is Great!! By B.]. Garrison, Art Instructor This was the 30th Art Show since I sat foot on Norwalk Middle School ground in January of 1980. We had three artists-of-the-year out of 350 students. Now, we have over 600 art students in 6-8 Visual Arts Classes. The talent just keeps getting better and better from those students who put in the time and effort it takes to do outstanding work. A positive work ethic, talent, patience and perfecting skills does make a huge difference in the adult we become later on in life. The three (6-8) classes have learned how to think outside the box extremely well mastering many skills by the time they come out of eighth grade - being on time, using time in class to the fullest of their potential, using a variety of materials and the tools that are used in the real world of Art, studying careers in Art, work- ing cooperativel reading and comprehension on vo- cabulary and famous artists' bibliographies, learning to measure accurately to change the proportion of objects, problem solving skills and clean-up skills which still need work, but they are improving. Also students learn research skills in our libraries and computers to find uncopywritten photos to use in paint- ings and sculpturing, as well as a morgue of visual im- ages to use for ideas in our work. "Thank you all for having the maturity to know you do make a difference in your attitude - what you do and what you say! Respect of people and property is the key to their success or their failures - the choice is clearly theirs!" Art Show helpers were Rachel Canby, Miaja Richeson, Kayla Arnold, Katie McKinne Lexi Alexander, Brittany Alexander, Brittany Miller, Michaela Henke, Aleyna Moeller, Kassidy Simmons, Emily Jensen, Jordan Nelson, Naomi Safford, Rachel Garner, Riley Becker, Zach Kreider, Bailey Hoch, Kylee Watrous, Rachel Frescoln, Miranda Pomeroy, Jaicee Magnani, Katie Meinecke, Emily Bergan, Darian Sleeth, Mallorie Havick, Nathan Hughes and Taylor Voitel. Kayla Arnold Katie McKinney Abbi Pritchard Dream House (Best of Show) Chelsea Lancelotti Neil Hanson Lauren Houk. Photos submitted. Rachel Lundberg Rachel Canby Artist of the Year Mickela Richeson ealthy I  Ideasl (NAPS)--Christine Gerb- stadt, M.D., of the American Dietetic Association, suggests you "ask a registered dietit- ian or your doctor before tak- ing any supplements or mak- ing any major changes to your diet." Learn more at www.eatright.org. =: . ii ', ..... 9 The next time you shop for food, take a good look at the labels on your purchases. AriZona Green Tea is made with ginseng and honey and contains no preservatives, no artificial colors and no artificial flavors. It comes from a family-run U.S. com- pany that brews its bever- ages here in America with 100 percent natural tea. Learn more at www.drink arizona.com.