Monday, March 4, 2013 at 10:08 am (Updated: March 4, 11:06 pm)
TOPIC: Events raise more than money OUR VIEW: Always something valuable going on here
There is plenty of diversity in Hardin County Schools and Friday’s fair at John Hardin High School by the district’s revamped Community Diversity Advisory Council was just another way to showcase it.
Visitors were able to view clay animal statuettes, poetry, drawings and food from various cultures from around the world. The displays primarily were created by HCS students.
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