**Photo Advisory** Sen. Booher features artwork from Franklin Elementary School

 

LANSING, Mich. — State Sen. Darwin Booher, R-Evart, is featuring artwork in his Lansing office from first and second grade classes at Franklin Elementary School of Ludington.

Franklin Elementary is part of the Ludington Area Schools. The artwork comes to Booher’s office as part of the “Through the Eyes of a Child” program, in which students are asked to draw what they want to be when they grow up.

The program runs monthly through the end of 2016 and highlights specific counties in Booher’s district.

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Editor’s note: For a print-quality version of this and other Booher photos, click the image or visit www.SenatorDarwinBooher.com and click Photowire under the Media Center tab.

Sen. Booher features artwork from Mason County Eastern Elementary School

LANSING, Mich. — State Sen. Darwin Booher, R-Evart, is featuring artwork in his Lansing office from Patty Gottwald’s kindergarten class at Mason County Eastern Elementary School of Custer.

Mason County Eastern Elementary is part of the Mason County Eastern Schools. The artwork comes to Booher’s office as part of the “Through the Eyes of a Child” program, in which students are asked to draw what they want to be when they grow up.

The program runs monthly through the end of 2016 and highlights specific counties in Booher’s district.

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Editor’s note: For a print-quality version of this and other Booher photos, click the image or visit www.SenatorDarwinBooher.com and click Photowire under the Media Center tab.

Sen. Booher features artwork from Kaleva Norman Dickson Elementary

For Immediate Release

Feb. 18, 2015

Contact: Patrick Tiedt

517-373-2420

**Photo Advisory**

Sen. Booher features artwork from Kaleva Norman Dickson Elementary

 

LANSING, Mich. — State Sen. Darwin Booher, R-Evart, is featuring artwork in his Lansing office from Lisa Gutowski’s kindergarten class at Kaleva Norman Dickson Elementary of Brethren.

Kaleva Norman Dickson Elementary is part of the Kaleva Norman Dickson Schools. The artwork comes to Booher’s office as part of the “Through the Eyes of a Child” program, in which students are asked to draw what they want to be when they grow up.

The program runs monthly through the end of 2016 and highlights specific counties in Booher’s district.

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Editor’s note: For a print-quality version of this and other Booher photos, click the image or visit www.SenatorDarwinBooher.com and click Photowire under the Media Center tab.