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Students celebrate 35th annual Arts for Small

LAWTON, Okla._ Whittier Elementary celebrated a 35-year tradition Friday evening with their annual “Arts for Small” event.

The school showcased different artworks from students centering on one major theme, music. Their gallery displayed art inspired by different decades of songs.

"Whittier is such a school with a rich tradition that a lot of our kindergarten students, their parents were students at Whittier. The kids are very excited, the parents are excited. This is something that they look forward to all year long,” said Whittier Elementary principal, Melanie Nungesser.

Student artwork was collected throughout the year for the event. The “Arts for Small” program also showcased student musical performances.

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