|Wranglers enjoy art, animals, fun|
|Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff|
|Monday, 09 August 2010 11:04|
This summer the Woodinville Wrangler Specialized Recreation Program enjoyed a new four-week, free art class provided by 17-year-old volunteer, Kesleigh Walin. Kesleigh donated her time and talents to the Wrangler art class at the Carol Edwards Center, The class ended July 14. Animals and "creatures" were the theme, and theWranglers enjoyed pastels, hand painting, drawing and shape painting.
Offered as part of her school community project, Kesleigh solicited donations, secured volunteers, developed curriculum and delivered instruction for this first-time offering. Kesleigh is a high school junior attending the Running Start Program (a program that allows students to earn high school and college/university credit) and intends to pursue a four-year degree.
The Woodinville Wrangler Specialized Recreation program provides meaningful recreation and social opportunities for individuals with disabilities and their families. For more information, contact the Woodinville Parks and Recreation Department at (425) 398-9327, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.