Students from Warren Community School held their annual Arts Night March 14.

The event encompassed visual as well as musical talents of the kindergarten through sixth-grade student body, of which there are currently 352.

The sixth-graders, who are raising money for their annual class trip this spring, sponsored the spaghetti supper, a raffle and silent auction. Donations for the raffle were given by: Applebee's Neighborhood Grill, Hannaford, Wasses Hot Dogs, Dunkin' Donuts, Moose Crossing Garden Center, Peter Ott's Steakhouse, and Lincoln Country Store.

A book fair was also available for participants.

Laura Freeman, art teacher and Sybil Wentworth, music teacher worked with WCS students to ready them for the entertaining evening.

A special song was sung by the third- and fourth-grade chorus. "We Can" was a song composed by fourth-grade student Alexis Nickles.

"I was staying at a cottage and listening to the river and ocean," Nickles said, when she decided to write the song "about you can do anything."

The total amount raised by the sixth-graders at the event has yet to be determined.

Courier Publications reporter Beth A. Birmingham can be reached at 594-4401 ext. 125 or by email at