Sticky Situations

Photos by Kayla Renie/The Herald
Anna Keusch, 7, of Jasper, watches instructor Corie Eckerle-Schwartz of Jasper hand slime to Harrison Gutgsell, 8, of Schnellville, during the final Sticky Situations workshop at the Satellite Arts Space in Jasper on Tuesday. During each class period, first- through fourth-graders made a new creation, including slime, paintings and cutting-and-gluing projects.

 

Reagan Hochgesang, 8, of Ireland, plays with slime during the final Sticky Situations workshop at the Satellite Arts Space in Jasper on Tuesday. "I like sticky slime but not when it's too sticky," Reagan said.



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