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Pine-Richland pumpkin decorating initiative to raise money for charity

| Thursday, Oct. 5, 2017, 3:21 p.m.
Sophomore Darius Schirato and juniors Emma Nicole Lewis and Maaren Baxter paint pumpkins to be sold at Shenot Farms with proceeds going to the Mother's Milk charity.
Rachel Hathhorn
Sophomore Darius Schirato and juniors Emma Nicole Lewis and Maaren Baxter paint pumpkins to be sold at Shenot Farms with proceeds going to the Mother's Milk charity.
Ninth graders Lily Sttembrino and Taylor Horrell are shown here with Teacher Mary Ann Andreassi (center) painting pumpkins to be sold at Shenot Farms with proceeds going to the Mother's Milk charity.
Rachel Hathhorn
Ninth graders Lily Sttembrino and Taylor Horrell are shown here with Teacher Mary Ann Andreassi (center) painting pumpkins to be sold at Shenot Farms with proceeds going to the Mother's Milk charity.
Ninth graders Chloe Haradzin and Sarah Maloney are preparing to paint their pumpkins to be sold at Shenot Farms with proceeds going to the Mother's Milk charity.
Rachel Hathhorn
Ninth graders Chloe Haradzin and Sarah Maloney are preparing to paint their pumpkins to be sold at Shenot Farms with proceeds going to the Mother's Milk charity.

The Pine-Richland High School Art Department has partnered with Shenot Farms in Wexford for the Pumpkins with a Purpose Event. Students in Vince Thearle and Mary Anne Andreassi's art classes have been designing and painting pumpkins that were donated by Shenot Farms. The decorated pumpkins are being sold at Shenot Farms with all proceeds going to the Mother's Milk charity.

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