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Kelly Richards (right) hands Taylour Aungst another piece of a totem pole as part of outdoor art at
Bowling Green Middle School. The BGMS Class of 2015 created legacy totem poles to mark the occasion of
being the first class through the school. Each student inscribed their names and aspirations for the
future students. The totems will serve as outdoor art incorporated into a "legacy garden."
Funding was provided by the "Leaving on a High Note" committee of the former junior high. More
than 75 students in Kim Sockman’s art class were involved in the project. (Photo: J.D.
Pooley/Sentinel-Tribune)

Kelly Richards (right) hands Taylour Aungst another piece of a totem pole as part of outdoor art at
Bowling Green Middle School. The BGMS Class of 2015 created legacy totem poles to mark the occasion of
being the first class through the school. Each student inscribed their names and aspirations for the
future students. The totems will serve as outdoor art incorporated into a "legacy garden."
Funding was provided by the "Leaving on a High Note" committee of the former junior high. More
than 75 students in Kim Sockman’s art class were involved in the project. (Photo: J.D.
Pooley/Sentinel-Tribune)

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