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Teens turn artistic talents to helping shelter

Tokay High art students brighten Lodi Animal Shelter hallway with colorful mural

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Posted: Friday, February 10, 2012 12:00 am

Tokay High School student Maria Cosyleon focuses on her brush strokes as she slowly writes “Lodi” in thick red paint. On a ladder next to her, Lizbeth Garcia follows behind, outlining the words “Welcome to Lodi Animal Shelter” in black.

Since school started in January, about a dozen Tokay art students have come to the shelter for two hours each day after school to paint a mural that will greet people as they walk into the dog section of the shelter. The mural replaced a plain yellow wall, and students put the final touches on it Thursday.

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