Ocean Air International Night returns

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Ocean Air Elementary School students, parents and staff celebrated International Night  Sept. 20 in the Ocean Air School MUR.  Ocean Air PTA’s fourth annual International Night featured make-and-take crafts inspired by six countries from across the globe. Kids received their own custom passports to use in their travels to Armenia, Korea, Italy, Lebanon, Morocco and Samoa. In addition to the country-specific crafts, there was a trivia Scavenger Hunt, a community art project, and dinner catered from O’s American Kitchen (formerly known as Pat & Oscar’s).  Photos/McKenzie Images

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