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Students of the John Marshall High School Chapter of the Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA) and Monarch Medical recently had a pumpkin painting party.

Students created many different pumpkins including those painted to look like minions, giant strawberries, scary ghosts and many others. After the activity, students voted on the pumpkins and chose “Ed the Cow” as the winning creation. 

The two groups decided to donate the painted pumpkins to the Shadyside Care Center to use as decorations at the facility.