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Student murals celebrate their hometown

JAMISON FISK AND Ella Cornellier practice using masking tape as they and other fourth-graders painted murals at Ferrisburgh Central School last Friday. Independent photo/Steve James

Cows, Cookie Love and Cougars, not to mention Champ, were among the top choices Ferrisburgh Central School students made last week as symbols for a school-wide art project honoring their hometown.

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