Flyswatters are used for Edmond artwork

Paint brushes were thrown out and fly swatters were in at a summer class sponsored by the Edmond Parks and Recreation Department. Programs are available at the Multipurpose Activity Center.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Modified: July 30, 2012 at 10:23 pm •  Published: July 31, 2012

Children grabbed flyswatters and left the air conditioning behind in search of one-of-a kind masterpieces of art.

Flies outside the Multipurpose Activity Center were safe. The flyswatters took the place of paint brushes.

The swatters were covered in bright-colored paint, and the children were told to show their creativity. They also had been instructed to dress for a mess.

For other Edmond Parks and Recreation classes offered this summer, call 359-4630 or go to

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