Mannington
Salem, New Jersey
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Artwork Exhibits - this school year (since July 2014)
 
Mar 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Mar 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
With help from the Robert Subuda website, students created their own spring pop up card designs. The basic patterns for ...
   
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Mar 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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What Makes a Rainbow? (15 artworks)
Mar 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Winter Watercolor (13 artworks)
Mar 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Students wrote acrostic poems about winter in literacy class. They watched videos about a variety of watercolor techniqu ...
   
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Paint a Rainbow (14 artworks)
Mar 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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If I Ran the Zoo (26 artworks)
Mar 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Students listened to the story If I Ran the Zoo by Dr. Seuss and then created the animal they would like in their zoo.
   
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Drawing People Who Pose (19 artworks)
Mar 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Third grade worked hard to capture their classmates in a variety of poses. Everyone in the class brought a prop and pose ...
   
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Mar 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Inspired by Dr. Seuss' story, McElligot's Pool, students created what they would catch in McElligot's Pool.
   
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Imaginary Worlds (20 artworks)
Mar 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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To Be a Drum (1 artwork)
Mar 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Mar 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Students practiced using primary colors to create secondary colors.
   
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Catching Snowflakes (5 artworks)
Feb 2015, taught by Mrs. J. Viereck
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Little Monsters (15 artworks)
Feb 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Students listened to I Need My Monster by Amanda Noll. Then they painted their monsters.
   
 
Snowmen at Night (16 artworks)
Feb 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Second grade read Snowmen at Night by Caralyn Buehner in Literacy class with Mrs. Carullo. Over several class periods in ...
   
 
Feb 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Decalcomania (3 artworks)
Jan 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Decalcomania is a transfer technique used by surrealist artists to create impromptu paintings controlled largely by chan ...
   
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With Art I Can... (4 artworks)
Jan 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Touched by Art (12 artworks)
Jan 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Triarco Arts and Crafts 2015 Art Contest is called, Touched by Art. The contest calls for students to create an original ...
   
 
Seuss Inspired Hats (21 artworks)
Dec 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Snowman Stars (30 artworks)
Feb 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
PreK learned how to draw stars and then turned them into sowman. They practiced tracing the outside of their snowmen and ...
   
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Ocean Inspired Art (3 artworks)
Feb 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Feb 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Ceiling Tile (2 artworks)
Mar 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Expressive Suns (12 artworks)
Feb 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Pre-K discussed how artists change the shape and position of eyes, eyebrows, and mouths to create different expressions.
   
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Primary Color Paintings (18 artworks)
Feb 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Kindergarten viewed and discussed Kandinsky's Non-Objectives Paintings, then used primary colors to create their own Non ...
   
 
Surreal Self-Portraits (14 artworks)
Jan 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Jan 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Students created their own stencils and then used those stencils to create art. Students could share their stencils for ...
   
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Jan 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Seventh grade read about careers in art and then chose a career. Their job was to create a name for their art company an ...
   
 
Winter Drawings (18 artworks)
Jan 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Flu Bugs (13 artworks)
Feb 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
PreK learned how to keep the flu bug away by keeping their hands clean and covering their mouths. Then they created the ...
   
 
Celebrations (18 artworks)
Jan 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Kindergarten learned about the Chinese New Year and discussed how artists illustrate celebrations. Then students drew th ...
   
 
Jan 2015, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Students visited the Brandywine River Museum and chose works of art to sketch and critique.
   
 
Dec 2014, taught by Mrs. McCormick
Mrs. McCormick's math students explored creating art using scale.
   
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Trees from Triangles (15 artworks)
Dec 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Mittens (18 artworks)
Dec 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Dec 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Dec 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Dec 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Students created paper snowflakes in art class and virtual snowflakes in computer class using http://snowflakes.barkleyu ...
   
 
Dec 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Students created paper snowflakes in art class and virtual snowflakes in computer class using http://snowflakes.barkleyu ...
   
 
Dec 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Artistic Interpretations (16 artworks)
Dec 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Sixth grade students each chose a different artist to research and created art in that artist's style or copied a work b ...
   
 
Winter Wonderlands (17 artworks)
Dec 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Gingerbread Cookies (20 artworks)
Dec 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Owls by 8th Grade (18 artworks)
Dec 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Owls by 7th Grade (21 artworks)
Nov 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Our school's theme for this year's Christmas Trees on Parade is "Owl" Always Believe. Seventh grade took on the challeng ...
   
 
Owls by 6th Grade (17 artworks)
Dec 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Owls by 5th Grade (35 artworks)
Dec 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Owls by 4th Grade (17 artworks)
Nov 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Our school's theme for this year's Christmas Trees on Parade is "Owl" Always Believe. Fourth grade took on the challenge ...
   
 
Owls by 3rd Grade (20 artworks)
Dec 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Owls by 2nd Grade (18 artworks)
Dec 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Owls by 1st Grade (20 artworks)
Dec 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Owls by Kindergarten (19 artworks)
Nov 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Our school's theme for this year's Christmas Trees on Parade is "Owl" Always Believe. Kindergarten created stuffed pape ...
   
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Owls by Pre-K (13 artworks)
Nov 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Teacher Lego Avatars (20 artworks)
Nov 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
For National Educators Week, the Power of Art enrichment group captured our staff as Lego people. Can you guess who is w ...
   
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Dec 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Fourth Grade created posters to enter the contest, "Fun Things to Do Instead of Drugs" as part of Red Ribbon week for dr ...
   
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Nov 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Fourth grade students wrote short stories for their class book titled, "Wonders of Science." They then created illustrat ...
   
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PreK iPad Drawings (52 artworks)
Nov 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Nov 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Ish Art (14 artworks)
Nov 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
After reading Ish by Peter H. Reynolds, students created their own ish artwork.
   
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Abstract Line (1 artwork)
Sep 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Students explored fast and slow line, then used warm or cool colors to add color to the shapes they formed.
   
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Nov 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Our students helped Rocky and Mr. Celery design holiday greeting cards for the 14th Annual Wilmington Blue Rocks Holiday ...
   
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Nov 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Our students helped Rocky and Mr. Celery design holiday greeting cards for the 14th Annual Wilmington Blue Rocks Holiday ...
   
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Nov 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Our students helped Rocky and Mr. Celery design holiday greeting cards for the 14th Annual Wilmington Blue Rocks Holiday ...
   
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Nov 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Our students helped Rocky and Mr. Celery design holiday greeting cards for the 14th Annual Wilmington Blue Rocks Holiday ...
   
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Nov 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Our students helped Rocky and Mr. Celery design holiday greeting cards for the 14th Annual Wilmington Blue Rocks Holiday ...
   
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Nov 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Our students helped Rocky and Mr. Celery design holiday greeting cards for the 14th Annual Wilmington Blue Rocks Holiday ...
   
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Nov 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Rainbow Fish (19 artworks)
Oct 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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OP Art Hands (14 artworks)
Oct 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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The Dot (30 artworks)
Oct 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Pre-Kindergarten watched The Dot by Peter Reynolds
   
 
Dia de los Muertos Masks (18 artworks)
Sep 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Calaveras Bailadoras (18 artworks)
Sep 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
After studying el dia de los muertos in Spanish class, students created dancing skeletons in Art class.
   
 
Calaveras de Azucar (53 artworks)
Sep 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Students created sugar skulls for El dia de los muertos. The sugar represents the sweetness of life and the skull the sa ...
   
 
Pumpkin Faces (34 artworks)
Sep 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
The class discussed how artists show emotions in the faces of their subjects.
   
 
Giant Pumpkin Carve (11 artworks)
Sep 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Pumpkins were carved for the 18th annual Giant Pumpkin Carve to support Salem County Meals on Meals using a variety of c ...
   
 
Drawing to Music (19 artworks)
Oct 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Students listened to a variety of music genres choosing different colored markers each time the music changed. The objec ...
   
 
Mixed Up Chameleons (36 artworks)
Sep 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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ATC Artist Trading Cards (44 artworks)
Sep 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
ATCs are miniature works of art that are 2.5 by 3.5 inches. The artwork can be created using a wide variety of media.
   
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Independent Work (25 artworks)
Sep 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Student Sketches (5 artworks)
Sep 2014
This exhibit is made up of works students have created on their own time.
   
 
Fall Leaves (19 artworks)
Sep 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Triangle Art (15 artworks)
Sep 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Preschool created triangles from squares and then used their triangles to create art.
   
 
Color Wheel (1 artwork)
Sep 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Art with Circles (33 artworks)
Sep 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Beach Themed Ornaments (53 artworks)
Oct 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Sep 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Sep 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Sep 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Sep 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Sep 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Sep 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Third grade students discussed what peace means to them, wrote messages of peace, and created peaceful images on their p ...
   
 
Sep 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Sep 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
First graders discussed what peace means to them, wrote about peace, and created peaceful images on their pinwheels.
   
 
Sep 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Kindergarten discussed what peace means to them, wrote the word peace, and created peaceful images on their pinwheels.
   
 
Sep 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
Pre-kindergarten discussed what they thought about peace and decorated pinwheels with shape, color, and line. This was t ...
   
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Sep 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Aug 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Decoupage Art (2 artworks)
Jul 2014, taught by Heather Sakewicz-Frank
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Summertime Art (4 artworks)
Jul 2014, taught by Various Summer Instructors
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Non-Exhibit Artwork (1 artwork)
Jul 2014
   
Artwork Exhibits - last school year (July 2013 - June 2014)
Artwork Exhibits - 2 years ago (July 2012 - June 2013)
Artwork Exhibits - 3 years ago (July 2011 - June 2012)
Artwork Exhibits - 4 years ago (July 2010 - June 2011)
Artwork Exhibits - 5 years ago (July 2009 - June 2010)
Artwork Exhibits - 6 years ago (July 2008 - June 2009)
Artwork Exhibits - 7 years ago (July 2007 - June 2008)
Artwork Exhibits - 8 years ago (July 2006 - June 2007)
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for this school year ... state nation
2245 artworks #20 #520
365 fanclub members #94 #1276
524 comments #7 #114
662 artist statements #4 #148
  overall rank #17 #256
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Announcements
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School Awards & Honors
  2013-2014 Statements Award
Ranked #5 in New Jersey (#78 in the nation) for artist statements collected among all schools
  2013-2014 Statements Award
Ranked #5 in New Jersey (#86 in the nation) for artist statements collected among elementary schools
  2013-2014 Statements Award
Ranked #7 in New Jersey (#96 in the nation) for artist statements collected among middle schools
  2012-2013 Statements Award
Ranked #5 in New Jersey (#60 in the nation) for artist statements collected among all schools
  2012-2013 Statements Award
Ranked #7 in New Jersey (#82 in the nation) for artist statements collected among elementary schools
view all awards (14 awards in all)
 
Student Hall of Fame
Shown are five randomly-selected students who have entered the Hall of Fame this year.
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awarded on 3/30/2015
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awarded on 1/31/2015
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awarded on 3/16/2015
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awarded on 2/3/2015
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awarded on 3/16/2015
view all awards (186 students in all)
 
Recent visitor comments ...
Cool! It looks fun!
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Looks like you're having fun! Who is flying kites with you? Have a great time and enjoy the weather. Mrs. Allen
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Can't wait for Spring and our flowers to bloom! Love You Mommy
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Recent artist statements ...
My favorite part of my Seuss inspired hat is the black and red colors. My least favorite part is how some of the stripes are not even. Dr. Seuss inspired me to make my hat. If I could create this hat again I would change the uneven stripes. Some ideas I learned is that you could add more things on to your hat. Nothing really surprised me about my hat when I finished. The steps I took were: Cut out felt. Pin your stripes. Sew your stripes. Cut your brim. Sew your brim. Pin the top of your hat to your brim. Sew the top of your hat.
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My favorite part of the hat was finishing it. My least favorite part about the Dr. Seuss hat was sewing. What inspired me to make this hat was Ms. Sakewicz. The colors that inspired me were the Seahawks colors. If I could create this again I would do better. A concept I learned was how to sew. I learned that it is harder then it looks. What surprised me was when I started sewing I did well. To make the hat; cut a felt circle for a brim, cut felt stripes, and pin perpendicular to the edge.
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I do not have a favorite part, because I like every part. Morgan is my subject and she is shooting a basket. (I learned) That you can make any color no matter what.
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