Student 'HeARTwork' picked for exhibit

February 3, 2013 

COURTESY OF THE AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION

Artwork by six students from Sycamore Creek Elementary in Raleigh was selected by the American Heart Association for a traveling exhibit called “HeARTwork.”

The artists, who created works showing what being heart-healthy means to them, are first-grader Enoch Joo, second-grader Sidney Miller, third-grader Amanda Ray, fourth-grader Oliver Campbell and fifth-graders Hannah Holec and Kristin Greene.

The exhibit has been traveling around the Triangle to raise awareness of heart health issues, and the art will be auctioned off Feb. 23 at the American Heart Association’s Triangle Heart Ball to raise money for the organization.

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