NAHS gets messy with 2nd annual Slime Night: Photo of the day 12/9/19

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NAHS gets messy with 2nd annual Slime Night: Photo of the day 12/9/19

Senior Amanda Lindsay and junior Skylar Stevenson help a child with her slime.

Senior Amanda Lindsay and junior Skylar Stevenson help a child with her slime.

Caroline Hobson

Senior Amanda Lindsay and junior Skylar Stevenson help a child with her slime.

Caroline Hobson

Caroline Hobson

Senior Amanda Lindsay and junior Skylar Stevenson help a child with her slime.

by Caroline Hobson, Reporter

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On Friday 6, the National Art Honor Society  (NAHS) hosted Slime Night. This was an event for students of all ages to come and make slime to take home. The event was a success, many kids and students created colorful works of slime. 

There was an $8.00 fee for each participant, and they could make three different slimes. The students who volunteered helped set up, give participants supplies, and clean up after the event. 

There were many different kinds of slime that people could create. It was messy but enjoyable. Different colors, ingredients, and foam beads were provided for kids to get creative.

“The event turned out a lot better the second time we hosted it. Slime Night was super fun and I’m glad I went. The NAHS works hard on all of its events and I’m glad that I am part of such a creative team,” said sophomore, Olivia Fullarton.

NAHS also host smany other creative activities to get volunteer hours and to encourage people to be more involved in the arts. NAHS has a face painting station at every football game and hosts many events for people to come and try new art forms.

Linganore’s NAHS will be offering free face painting at Lancer Candy Lane on December 14.