Sixth graders from Fowler Elementary School in Wichita Falls put their art skills and creativity to the test.
They hand-painted more than 30 pumpkins, some a little eerie, others cheery.
They delivered those pumpkins to their Partner in Education, American National Bank.
It's a project the students take on every year, and bank staff say they have plenty of customers drop in just to gaze in wonder at the seasonal creations.
The pumpkins will be distributed to all of the banks branches, including Iowa Park, Archer City, and all of the Wichita Falls locations.
They'll be on display for customers' enjoyment through Halloween.
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