Saturday’s fundraiser will also feature paintings by students and teachers. The artwork, displayed outside the auditorium, is created during the annual Art 1.11 event at the high school’s Senior Commons. At Art 1.11, students and teachers were given 111 minutes to paint an original piece on a 24-by-30-inch canvas.
At the end of the school year, the paintings will be auctioned off, and proceeds will fund scholarships for students planning to study art in college. Art 1.11 is the brainchild of high school art teacher Bobbie Foy. Her aim was to add more art to the school building and celebrate art and artists, as well as create a scholarship fund.
Tickets are $3 each or four for $10 and are available at all district buildings and both Medina Buehler's locations through Jan. 27. Senior citizens ages 60 and older will be admitted for free. Vouchers are available at the same locations or by calling 330-636-3012.
The Medina City School District will host its annual Community Pancake Breakfast and "Spotlight on Students" from 8 a.m. to noon on Jan. 20th in the main cafeteria at Medina High School. Guests can enter through the Performing Arts Center or through the rear D4 doors. Breakfast includes pancakes, sausage, syrup, milk, juice, coffee, tea and hot chocolate.
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PANCAKE BREAKFAST & SPOTLIGHT ON STUDENTS
After breakfast, you are invited to the auditorium, where students from various grades will perform. Last year, groups included the Ella Canavan and Heritage Elementary glee clubs, the Wonderful Waite Elementary Performers, the Fenn Elementary Jump Rope Club and the Medina High School Stardusters Jazz Ensemble. Kindergarteners from Garfield Elementary School recited poems, and middle school students sang. Students from Northrop and Blake elementary schools performed as well.