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Art students from Murray High School in Vista recently participated in a project called
Haiti Houses. Students in Susan Avery Clark’s art classes created tiny house-shaped collages from cardboard, markers, beads and other materials to symbolize hope for the children of Haiti. Each little house was a one-of-a-kind art piece, signed by its creator with a pin or magnet attached to the back. They sold for $5 each and a total of $805 was raised and recently donated to UNICEF to help in the earthquake relief efforts. Pictured from left to right, art students Joey Limon, Mariana Hernandez, and Rob Soto show off their Haiti Houses artwork and fundraising goal. Courtesy photo