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High school artists create displays for Corvallis Christmas drive-through


November 29, 2017

ART STUDENTS Anny Naiman, Alisha Isabel and Elizabeth Adams paint Dory.

Sweet Home High School Art Club members' work will be part of the Pastega Family Christmas Display in Corvallis later this month.

The annual display features tens of thousands of colored lights that illuminate an elaborate drive-through Christmas display at the Benton County Fairgrounds in Corvallis. The tradition was launched in 1981 by Mario Pastega at his Pepsi bottling plant. After his death in 2012, Pastega's children and more than 150 community volunteers revitalized the display and moved it to the fairgrounds.

Autumn Almanza, art teacher at Sweet Home High School, said Dana Strowbri...

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