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Local School Accepting Donations to Fund Art Program

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Attention grown-up artists: It's time to give back to artists-in-the-making.

Tempe's Ward Traditional Academy is currently accepting art donations for its third annual art walk. Proceeds from the shindig -- scheduled to take place from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Friday, December 10, at Ward's campus, 1965 East Hermosa Drive in Tempe -- will help fund the school's art classes.

To find out more about donating, contact Melissa Reginato at melissa.reginato@avnet.com and/or visit www.wtapta.org.

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