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Abby Jokela, Alisha Lindquist and Joy Haataja take a break from serving mojakka. Along with the Empty Bowl Project, Menahga School halls were filled with a variety of artwork, history projects, creative writing and more. Theatrical and music performances entertained audiences as well. (Anna Erickson / Enterprise)

Students share love of arts, music, creativity

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This year’s Fine Arts Night in Menahga Thursday featured the Empty Bowl Project. Menahga National Honor Society students sold mojakka in colorful ceramic bowls for $10 with all proceeds  donated to the Menahga Food Shelf. At right, Abby Jokela, Alisha Lindquist and Joy Haataja take a break from serving mojakka. Along with the Empty Bowl Project, Menahga School halls were filled with a variety of artwork, history projects, creative writing and more.

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Anna Erickson
Anna Erickson is editor of the Park Rapids Enterprise.
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