‘Build a Scarecrow’ at Ashley Falls

“Luke” created by the Berman Family and “Max” created by the Schneider Family

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Ashley Falls Elementary School recently held a Family Art Night at the campus. Students and parents came up with unique creations in keeping with the event’s theme, Build A Scarecrow.

Photos/Jon Clark

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