Young artists sell mugs for homeless shelter
GENOA – There are yellow ones and blue ones and black ones and many with speckles. There are ones with smiles and hearts and wings and even animals at the bottom.
“People drink and there’s a duck starring back at you,” Lisa Beynon laughed.
Beynon teaches the Genoa-Kingston High School art class which is sponsoring the fourth annual Mugs and Hugs fundraiser. It will be held in the high school library from 4 to 7 p.m. on Friday, March 1. Mugs made by the Art 150 class will be sold for $5 each. Half the money will go to the art department and the other half to Hope Haven of DeKalb County.
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