July 25, 2014

Medina
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PHOTOS: Art festival joins Windfall with other Medina County schools

Students from Windfall joined other elementary students from the Medina City School District on Thursday for the 16th annual “Going Buggy” art festival at Windfall School. 

Scarlett Dicenzi, 4, a studen at Windfall School, gets an extra hand from John Lucic, an occupantional therapist, in creating her "bug jar" during the "Going Buggy" art festival on Thursday at Windfall School. Students from Windfall joined other elementary students from the Medina City School District for the 16th annual event. LOREN GENSON / GAZETTE

Scarlett Dicenzi, 4, a studen at Windfall School, gets an extra hand from John Lucic, an occupantional therapist, in creating her “bug jar.” (LOREN GENSON / GAZETTE)

Jordan Pollock, 2, an early intervention student at the Windfall School gets an lift from Delores Ivan, a volunteer so he can pet Butterscotch, a rabbit, during the "Going Buggy" art festival on Thursday at Windfall School. Students from Windfall joined other elementary students from the Medina City School District for the 16th annual event. LOREN GENSON / GAZETTE

Jordan Pollock, 2, an early intervention student at the Windfall School gets an lift from Delores Ivan, a volunteer so he can pet Butterscotch, a rabbit. (LOREN GENSON / GAZETTE)

Brock Svenson, 8, a 2nd grade student at Garfield Elementary smiles as he completes a dragonfly craft during the "Going Buggy" art festival on Thursday at Windfall School. Students from Windfall joined other elementary students from the Medina City School District for the 16th annual event. LOREN GENSON / GAZETTE

Brock Svenson, 8, a 2nd grade student at Garfield Elementary smiles as he completes a dragonfly craft during the art festival. (LOREN GENSON / GAZETTE)