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April 1, 2014 > Hayward High School art students raise money for AIDS victims

Hayward High School art students raise money for AIDS victims

Submitted By Andrew Knight

Congratulations to David Z. Burnham, Neiloni Davis, April Phun, and Leslie Avina, students in Mr. KnightÕs ÒGreatest Art Class in the UniverseÓ Ê(GACU) at Hayward High School for winning top prizes at the Eighth Annual Flowers Heritage Foundation, "DonÕt Turn Your Back on AIDS" Art Contest. This year, Hayward High had the most winning entries of 15 Bay Area High Schools that participated.

Hayward High School student art work will be exhibited and auctioned to help raise funds for this program and others supporting people infected and affected with the disease at the Waterfront Hotel in Jack London Square on Sunday, April 6th, where the students will discover how theyÕve placed in the contest.

This free event will include a silent auction for the student artwork with proceeds going towards future HIV/AIDS awareness programs for youth and an awards ceremony during which the winners receive prize money and earn matching funds for their school art departments.

Flowers Heritage Foundation Art Exhibit
Sunday, Apr 6
1 p.m. Ð 4 p.m.
Art Contest Exhibit and Auction
Waterfront Hotel
Jack London Square, Oakland
(510) 587-2651
Andrew Kong Knight ~ Art Educator, Greatest Art Class in the Universe
(925) 413-1975

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