Key Club Hosts Second Annual Pumpkin Painting Event

West Liberty-Salem Key Club sponsored a spooky afternoon of pumpkin painting to get in the Halloween spirit!  Over 150 high school students signed up for the second annual pumpkin painting event during their home room/lunch periods on Friday!  There was no competition, just a fun and festive afternoon outside enjoying some time with friends. Mrs. Smith, HS counselor and Key Club Advisor, helped manage paint supplies, supervise and encouraged students to join in the fun.  It’s not often that our high school students have time to engage in seasonal activities during school, and we were overwhelmed by the amount of students who wanted to participate.  They painted everything from spooky ghosts to witches, and abstracts with color.  Special thanks to Molly Smith and Key Club for organizing the event, Wenger’s Produce for saving and discounting the pumpkins, Mrs. Seymour’s class for donating brushes and paint supplies,  and Tom Wygal and Jake Vitt for unloading around 200 pumpkins on Thursday evening!