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Toms River Students’ Artwork to be On Display at Library This Month

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Students, parents and teachers came out in force on the evening of March 6 to the Toms River branch of the Ocean County Library to take in the view of various displays of artwork that showcased the talent of students from Toms River Regional schools.
Students, parents and teachers came out in force on the evening of March 6 to the Toms River branch of the Ocean County Library to take in the view of various displays of artwork that showcased the talent of students from Toms River Regional schools.

The Toms River Branch of the Ocean County Library was packed on the evening of Monday, March 6 with students, parents and teachers from the Toms River Regional School District who flocked to see numerous displays of artistic talent that was unveiled for “Youth Art Month.”

The reception ran from 6 to 7:30 p.m and Beachwood, Cedar Grove, Citta, East Dover, Hooper, North Dover, Pine Beach, Silver Bay, South Toms River, Walnut Street, Washington Street and West Dover elementary school students were represented.

Students, parents and teachers came out in force on the evening of March 6 to the Toms River branch of the Ocean County Library to take in the view of various displays of artwork that showcased the talent of students from Toms River Regional schools.
Students, parents and teachers came out in force on the evening of March 6 to the Toms River branch of the Ocean County Library to take in the view of various displays of artwork that showcased the talent of students from Toms River Regional schools.

The township’s intermediate and high schools were also well represented. The work of students from Intermediate East, Intermediate North, Intermediate South, High School East, High School North and High School South were on display in the lobby and the first and second floors of the branch.

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Attendees also enjoyed a musical program by students of the Intermediate South Orchestra held in the atrium at the branch during the evening. Refreshments provided by the Toms River Regional Schools were enjoyed and volunteers of the library’s Teen Advisory Board were busy helping to make the event run smooth.

The artwork will be on display at the branch throughout the month at the library, located at 101 Washington Street, downtown.

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