Bay County's budding young artists displayed their artistic flair and helped raise awareness for a worthy cause.
Kid's age's five to twelve began transforming simple clay masks into works of art using paint, feathers, beads, and other materials.
While at the Art Garden the kids also learned about hospice and the natural grieving process when losing a loved one.
In April the finished masks will be featured in the covenant hospice mask parade and gala.
The non-profit organization provides comprehensive services to terminally-ill patients and their families.