Hospital to unveil children's art

Hospital to unveil children's art

DANVILLE — Presence United Samaritans Medical Center officials will unveil the artwork from its annual Children's Art Program on Thursday.

The program will begin at 6 p.m. in the cafeteria of the hospital, 812 N. Logan Ave., Danville.

The program features original artwork from 21 students from area elementary schools, which were selected by school art instructors. The pieces will be professionally matted, framed and hung in the medical center for two years.

Afterward, the artwork will be returned to the students and their families.

"This is one of our favorite programs," said Becky Hawkins, director of volunteer services and the program coordinator. "The unveiling is always fun for the kids and their families. Then the real treat is to have these colorful, original pieces the children create hanging around the hospital."

Administrators from Presence United Samaritans will assist in the unveiling, and then the artists and their families will be treated to a picnic-style dinner.

The following students' art will be featured: Jaedyn Vela, Armstrong-Ellis Elementary; Jashawn Tools, Cannon Elementary; Dakota Gritten, Catlin Elementary; Lauren Johnson, Chrisman Elementary; Kaden Patton, Danville Lutheran Immanuel; Emma Towne, East Park Elementary; Temperence Schreiner, Edison Elementary; Josiah Harmless, First Baptist School; Mackhail Walker, Garfield Elementary, Brynna Dale, Honeywell Elementary; Samaya Dobson, Jamaica Elementary; Tsaiah Debban, John Greer Elementary; Emily Eller, Judith Giacoma Elementary; KyEshia Maze, Liberty Elementary; Evenlyn Albaugh, Maple Elementary; Gabrielle Bonds, Meade Park Elementary; Sarah Schroeder, Northeast Elementary; Jace Bina, Pine Crest Elementary; Michael Chochola, Rossville-Alvin Elementary; Ainslee Johnson, Schlarman Academy; and Lexi Moore, Southwest Elementary.

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