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Jazmine Franklin

It’s a win for everyone.

With the holiday season bearing down fast, now is the perfect time to pick up gifts for people in your life.

Thanks to the hard work and talents of a former Wolf supernova, you can obtain unique mementos, while supporting the work of one of Coupeville’s best and brightest.

During her time at CHS, Jazmine Franklin was a student leader, formed a potent doubles duo on the tennis court with McKenzie Bailey, and was one of the loudest ‘n proudest cheerleaders ever to wear the red and black.

Franklin was later inducted into the Coupeville Sports Hall o’ Fame, a true legend among legends.

In her post-high school days, the former Wolf has expanded her art empire as she continues to produce high-quality work.

So, take my advice, and pop over to her site to see for yourself.

The gift you buy today could be a double gift – if you buy it from the right source.

 

To see Jazmine’s work:

JZMN Originals (myshopify.com)

 

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Avery Parker, artist in residency at Coupeville Sports. (Photos courtesy Corinn Parker)

Her latest masterpiece.

Does your kid draw?

Maybe they paint, or take photos, or write stories, or craft poems, or do just about anything creative.

If so, this is the time to let the world see what they can do, and also give me stuff to publish during our current sports slowdown.

Doesn’t matter if they attend school in Coupeville, Oak Harbor, or on the South end of the Island.

It’s open to everyone on Whidbey.

Contact me on Facebook or email me at davidsvien@hotmail.com, and let’s get your offspring their moment in the spotlight.

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With Washington state schools closed down due to the fight against COVID-19, we’re offering all Whidbey Island students a chance to be heard and stay connected.

Brookelynn Van Velkinburgh, who created the artwork seen in this story, is a 6th grader at Coupeville Middle School.

Her career goals are to be a police officer or detective when she grows up.

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(Artwork by Abby Parker)

Art is in the eye of the beholder.

Using colored pencils and marker, Coupeville High School grad Abby Parker unleashes a new masterpiece and sends it our way.

We all may be locked down right now, but quarantine art continues to take the prairie by storm.

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Artwork by Izzy Wells (Photos courtesy Katy Wells)

With Washington state schools closed down for at least six weeks due to the spread of coronavirus, we’re offering all Coupeville students a chance to be heard and stay connected.

Izzy Wells, who created the artwork seen in this story, is a sophomore at CHS who plays soccer, basketball, and softball.


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