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Hopeful Arts reaches out with 3-D project

LOVING IT —€” Jordynn Wood, Gabby Zeagler and Maddy Hames, left to right, work on the "Layers of Love" art project at the Mustard Seed School in Sacramento. Courtesy photo
LOVING IT —€” Jordynn Wood, Gabby Zeagler and Maddy Hames, left to right, work on the "Layers of Love" art project at the Mustard Seed School in Sacramento. Courtesy photo

The El Dorado Hills Hopeful Arts Outreach team completed their second annual end of summer arts project at Mustard Seed School in Sacramento.

The art project, completed over a three-day period, was titled “Layers of Love” — a 3-D concentration with the theme being love. Oak Ridge High School students Maddy Hames, Jessica Hansen, Meagan Simmons, Jordynn Wood and Gabby Zeagler participated in the event.

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