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Freshman Hailey Eilert practices tying balloons into dogs and various animals in her free time. Although balloon tying may not be a fine art class offered at Manhattan High School, classes that are fine art promote the individuality of students and encourage them to try new things. “Balloon animals are a cool way to bring joy to others,” Eilert said. It’s really fun to see someone’s face light up when I give them an animal.” Photo by Makenna Eilert

Freshman Hailey Eilert practices tying balloons into dogs and various animals in her free time. Although balloon tying may not be a fine art class offered at Manhattan High School, classes that are fine art promote the individuality of students and encourage them to try new things. “Balloon animals are a cool way to bring joy to others,” Eilert said. It’s really fun to see someone’s face light up when I give them an animal.” Photo by Makenna Eilert

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MaKenna Eilert

Freshman Hailey Eilert practices tying balloons into dogs and various animals in her free time. Although balloon tying may not be a fine art class offered at Manhattan High School, classes that are fine art promote the individuality of students and encourage them to try new things. “Balloon animals are a cool way to bring joy to others,” Eilert said. It’s really fun to see someone’s face light up when I give them an animal.” Photo by Makenna Eilert

MaKenna Eilert, Blue M Photo Editor

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