Christmas wonder


Hargrove Elementary 7-year-old Will Blackman stares in wonder at the gingerbread house he made during a recent visit to the Small House for the Small House Painters’ exhibit. With the lights from the true casting a magical glow on his handiwork, Will said he couldn’t believe how great it looked. ‘It was fun to do,’ the youngster acknowledged. Along with the paintings, gingerbread houses made by local students were also on display during the Christmas extravaganza.


Hargrove Elementary 7-year-old Will Blackman stares in wonder at the gingerbread house he made during a recent visit to the Small House for the Small House Painters’ exhibit. With the lights from the true casting a magical glow on his handiwork, Will said he couldn’t believe how great it looked. ‘It was fun to do,’ the youngster acknowledged. Along with the paintings, gingerbread houses made by local students were also on display during the Christmas extravaganza.

Hargrove Elementary 7-year-old Will Blackman stares in wonder at the gingerbread house he made during a recent visit to the Small House for the Small House Painters’ exhibit. With the lights from the true casting a magical glow on his handiwork, Will said he couldn’t believe how great it looked. ‘It was fun to do,’ the youngster acknowledged. Along with the paintings, gingerbread houses made by local students were also on display during the Christmas extravaganza.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_ATT_1450706211338_20151210_173911.jpgHargrove Elementary 7-year-old Will Blackman stares in wonder at the gingerbread house he made during a recent visit to the Small House for the Small House Painters’ exhibit. With the lights from the true casting a magical glow on his handiwork, Will said he couldn’t believe how great it looked. ‘It was fun to do,’ the youngster acknowledged. Along with the paintings, gingerbread houses made by local students were also on display during the Christmas extravaganza.
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