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Catonsville High Making Art To Benefit Sandy Victims

Catonsville's National Art Honor Society is making clay pendants out of shells and is selling them to help those hurt by Hurricane Sandy.

Catonsville High's National Art Honor Society is trying to help those hurt by Hurricane Sandy.

Art teacher Windy Spiridigliozzi is helped the student come up wtih a number of what they call shell-impressed clay pendants to aid the "Shells for NJ Shores" Hurricane Sandy Relief fund, according to the Baltimore County Public Schools website.

Catonsville students have already created nearly 200 and will be selling them at the school in the office, suggesting a $5 fee, the site states.

All of the money that comes in from this will go to the rebuilding efforts from Hurricane Sandy. 

Visit Shells for New Jersey Shores website for more info on this national program.

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