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Discovering art is fun in Marlborough

Nianh Moore, 7, and Jordan Savitsky, 8. PHOTO/EDKARVOSKIJR.

Marlborough – Nianh Moore, 7, and Jordan Savitsky, 8, display the mugs they decorated with painted designs during an art workshop held Feb. 22 at the Pleasant Street Clubhouse of the Boys & Girls Clubs of MetroWest. This was one of several activities offered during the school winter break for members of the Discovery Club, an after-school childcare program licensed by the Department of Early Education. In observance of Presidents” Day, the children imagined being presidential candidates and created their own campaign buttons with their names and photos on them. They were also treated to an all-you-can-eat pancake feast.

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