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Photo Gallery: Spring Fling


The Spring Fling was held at J. E. J. Moore on Sat., Mar. 10. Student art work from all grades was displayed in the school from 10 AM to 2 PM. Photos by Jessica Marshall and Unique Larry

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    Tasia FaulconMar 30, 2012 at 6:30 am

    The Spring Fling allows students express themselves through art and brings people in the community together to praise each others works. The photps in the gallery captures various aspects of the Spring Fling so that no one is left out.

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    Faven ButlerMar 30, 2012 at 2:08 am

    The Spring Fling allowed students, regardless of age, to express themselves and their talents for singing, dancing, acting, painting, drawing, and other forms of individual passions. I volunteered as a face painter and the environment there was very exciting and colorful. It was nice to see the work that students put their hard work and effort into. I have been coming to this event annually for the past few years now, and it never fails to entice me every single year.

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    John ShumarMar 29, 2012 at 7:12 pm

    I enjoyed these photos. We have artistic talent in Prince George, and I am glad there is a place that pictures an event that shows it off. I do not always come to this event, but I have enjoyed the past couple of spring flings. We also have some superb face painters.

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    Lindsay VargaMar 29, 2012 at 6:34 pm

    The Spring Fling brings out all of the artistic students in our county. I’m really glad the newspaper covered this event. Sometimes, we forget about the activities that don’t revolve around sporting events. Everyone always has a great time coming out and looking at all of the artwork and just being together with the community. Good job covering this event TRN!

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    Sarah Beth HowardMar 29, 2012 at 6:09 pm

    The Spring Fling has been a tradition to go to since I was in about 2nd grade. Being involved in musical activities that have been increasing in numbers, I have been enjoying sharing the musical talent and socializing with peers that share amazing gifts. Obviously, TRN has some very gifted photographers because the angles you captured performances and the unique art you all decided to feature looked stunning. Thanks TRN for featuring all of this amazing talent.

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    Melissa TomlinMar 29, 2012 at 6:06 pm

    These Spring Fling pictures were really cute. It shows all the hard work that is but in to this every year. It also brings back memories to the time where you were involved more in the Spring Fling and looking for your art work on the walls.

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    Stephen BrockwellMar 29, 2012 at 3:40 pm

    The Spring Fling is a great event for kids, with all of the fun activities going on. It gives them a chance to have fun and enjoy themselves, while some students display their art and/or singing skills. It is great that these opportunities are offered in school, especially at such a young age.

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    Krystin TreglownMar 27, 2012 at 8:46 pm

    The Spring Fling is held every year at J.E.J Moore, during March. This event has been held every year since I can remember. It is a fun event held on a Saturday morning, where people and kids of all ages come together to embrace art. Students display their art work where there are votings for first place, etc. Also, the choir performs, paint face stations, and a bunch more fun for kids. Teenagers often volunteer, I personally have done it severak years and I wish I could’ve made it this year. However, the pictures are amazing and it looked like a ton of fun.

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    Tyler ThompsonMar 27, 2012 at 8:29 am

    The Spring Fling is an event that I have been involved in every year since early in elementary school. This year was the first year in many that i could not make it. This photo gallery was my chance to see what i usually enjoy very much. This collection of all arts: visual, theatrical, and vocal give kids of all callings to express how they feel in what they make or do. This is important for the kids that do the art and for people who like to obseve these things. I really appriciated the coverage of this event since i could not attend. The photo coverage is in depth and I feel like i barely missed out.

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    Matthew SchneckMar 18, 2012 at 7:01 pm

    Every spring, Prince George students get very excited about sports such as track, soccer, and baseball. Unfortunately, these events often take over the headlines and draw much of the attention away from other school programs. It is great to see that the newspaper is taking the opportunity to bring forth the artistic and more creative side of students that do not get the “glamour” of participating in spring sports. It would be great to see some of the opinions of people who attended the event so that readers could get a full understanding of what it was like to be there.