Young Londonderry artists inspired to create
Kindergarten student Grace Scanlon shows off her prize-winning photo during the Reflections art reception at Londonderry Middle School on Saturday evening. (APRIL GUILMET PHOTO)
No matter what medium they chose, each of the 200 or so students to participate in this year's Reflections exhibit had their chance to shine Saturday evening during a district-wide reception at Londonderry Middle School.
Students in grades one through six were eligible to compete, with young artists from Londonderry Middle, Matthew Thornton, Moose Hill, North and South schools all taking part in Saturday's event.
Her poem, "From Last To First" shares her excitement over the team's recent World Series victory.
Second-grader Isabella Kneidrel's drawing of her family hinted at lofty goals.
"I believe I will be a queen when I grow up," the North Elementary student wrote.
"They both taught me all about being an artist," the North School second-grader said.
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