Mary Clara Smith, 6, of Memphis, Tenn. paints a snowflake at The Art Cafe on Wednesday afternoon in Coligny Plaza on Hilton Head Island.  The snowflakes are available to be painted for free until January 5, when they will be shipped to Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. where they will be used to decorate the school in a "Winter Wonderland" theme for when students return to school.
Mary Clara Smith, 6, of Memphis, Tenn. paints a snowflake at The Art Cafe on Wednesday afternoon in Coligny Plaza on Hilton Head Island. The snowflakes are available to be painted for free until January 5, when they will be shipped to Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. where they will be used to decorate the school in a "Winter Wonderland" theme for when students return to school. Delayna Earley, The Island Packet
Mary Clara Smith, 6, of Memphis, Tenn. paints a snowflake at The Art Cafe on Wednesday afternoon in Coligny Plaza on Hilton Head Island. The snowflakes are available to be painted for free until January 5, when they will be shipped to Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. where they will be used to decorate the school in a "Winter Wonderland" theme for when students return to school. Delayna Earley, The Island Packet

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