Spring crafts take center stage at Family Fun Night

Jun 02, 2014
Lura Libby School kindergartener Ryan Pyznarski works on a craft at the school's Family Fun Night.

Thomaston — May 22 was Family Fun Night at Lura Libby School.

Families worked together to create spring crafts. Bird feeders, planters, and butterflies were created using recycled materials. The gym and art room were buzzing with excitement.

A big thank you to everyone who sent in milk jugs and soda bottles. Also, a gigantic thank you to Lowes for donating birdseed, soil, dowels, wire, clothespins, and grass seed.

The evening was a success due to the generous support from families and the community.

Kiley Feraco, a kindergartener at Lura Libby School in Thomaston, works on a craft at Family Fun Night.
Kindergartener Evan Riley works with Lura Libby School second-grade teacher Terri Bassett.
Fourth-grader Jeremiah Rowland works on a project during Lura Libby School's Family Fun Night.
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