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D210 encourages interaction with the arts at ArtWorks 2017
Lincoln-Way student Kailan Cartner poses with her 2-D art Saturday, March 18, at the annual ArtWorks show.
Liberty Jr. High student Jessica Carter poses near a copy of her work at Lincoln-Way Community High School District 210's ArtWorks 2017. Photos by Laurie Fanelli/22nd Century Media
Noah Geiger colors a box at the ArtWorks festival held at Lincoln-Way East.
Summit Hill eighth-grader finds strength in community while facing cancer
Boys tennis: Griffins advance six to state in sectional win
Baseball: Griffins top Lockport, capture first conference crown since ‘09
Girls track and field: Griffins repeat as state relay champions
Girls soccer: Griffins look ahead ‘expecting more’ after regional shutout win
Amanda Del Buono, Freelance Reporter
4:30 pm CDT March 20, 2017
Like many artists, 12-year-old Elizabeth Hegji is humble, if not slightly dissatisfied, with her artwork.
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