July 24, 2014

Kellogg’s kids’ Catchy Cards on display

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Cards painted by Williston Central School third and fourth grade students in Michael Kellogg's class are on display around town and avaialble for purchase online. Each one of Kellogg's Catchy Cards inclusdes a description of the work and tips, including how and why to relax and how to take care of cows.

Cards painted by Williston Central School third and fourth grade students in Michael Kellogg’s class are on display around town and available for purchase online. Each one of Kellogg’s Catchy Cards includes a description of the work and tips, including how and why to relax and how to take care of cows.

By Stephanie Choate
Observer staff

Williston’s third and fourth grade entrepreneurs will sell and display their handiwork around town this summer for the fourth year.
The cards, painted and created by students in Michael Kellogg’s class, blend art, reading, writing, math, science and social studies into one unit. This year’s cards follow the theme of “Vermont Landscapes.”
Students sold their cards at the Williston Farmers’ Market on June 4 and at Adams Farm Market, raising money for Therapy Dogs of Vermont. In previous years, proceeds have benefited the Vermont Wildlife Rescue Association, the Humane Society of Chittenden County and the Vermont Children’s Hospital.
Work by the students will also be on display at the Williston Community Room located in the Williston Police Station, Dorothy Alling Memorial Library, Superb Cupcakes, Lenny’s Shoe & Apparel and the CSSU offices in Shelburne. The cards are on sale online at tinyurl.com/kelloggscatchycards.

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