Young artists and Curtis Creek Elementary School students Mary Newquist, left, and Paige Parkan, both 10, check out their pictures and poetry that are part of a calendar being sold to benefit arts and science activities of the Gifted and Talented Education program at the one-school district in Sonora.
Young artists and Curtis Creek Elementary School students Mary Newquist, left, and Paige Parkan, both 10, check out their pictures and poetry that are part of a calendar being sold to benefit arts and science activities of the Gifted and Talented Education program at the one-school district in Sonora. naustin@modbee.com
Young artists and Curtis Creek Elementary School students Mary Newquist, left, and Paige Parkan, both 10, check out their pictures and poetry that are part of a calendar being sold to benefit arts and science activities of the Gifted and Talented Education program at the one-school district in Sonora. naustin@modbee.com

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