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					Ashley Gil    Melba Hoffpauir




Erica Dugas    Rutanya Young
Someone doing an Ordinary
 thing in a CREATIVE way.
                  This man
                  performed in the
                  ULL Fashion
                  show. He took
                  Crown Royal bags
                  and made a
                  creative costume!
                  This crawfish hole
                  represents art in an
                  unlikely setting due to
                  the fact that it was
                  found in a barnyard.




Art form in an unlikely setting.
  A problem being solved in an
        “Original” way.


This man has a real
problem, his dog dug
holes throughout the
yard. His solution
was to till the dirt
with a tiller.
 Something Shakespeare would
         write about.

                      Love



Love
A problem that needs to be solved.
Basis for a Mozart composition




This young child is creating music by using the
handle of a paint brush and sliding it up and down
a metal door as if he’s playing a washboard
instrument.
         Our Song




 Tim
McGraw
             WHAT?
Joan McCarthy 2011 Acadiana Race
 for the Cure chairperson, said she
got involved with the charity after
being diagnosed with breast cancer
                                  WHY?
                                “Just about
                           everybody has been
                            touched by breast
                             cancer and knows
                            somebody that has
                             had the disease.
                           "People come out to
                          support those with it
                          and honor those who
                             have not won the
                                  battle."
            HOW?
McCarthy said the registration
fees — which ranged from $20         WHEN?
to $30 — fund local efforts to
battle breast cancer. She said      7 years ago
75 percent of the funds will stay
in the six Acadiana parishes her
group serves to provide
screenings, treatment and
education grants. The other 25
percent goes to national
research.
McCarthy said planning for next
year's event start in May, and
volunteers wanting to be involved
can contact the organization
directly to donate time and
effort.
The event is a great cause that
allows young and old survivors
alike to connect and share
experiences.
We hope you have enjoyed
 viewing our presentation
  as much as we enjoyed
       creating it!!!!

				
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