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Residents practice creative, positive pursuits

Sidewalk chalk art (photo by Kristi Bidermann)

Residents practice creative, positive pursuits

Scripps Ranch residents have become rather creative during this time of social distancing and have pursued a variety of positive activities to keep themselves busy. These include the posting of supportive messages thanking essential employees, colorful rock painting, sidewalk chalk art and even a front yard zoo complete with plush animals and detailed descriptions of each creature.

Scripps Ranch residents are encouraged to share their own photos and descriptions of their activities while at home practicing social distancing. Scripps Ranch News will post them on ScrippsRanchNews.com and select several for publication in the next issue of Scripps Ranch News. Send a photo, description of the activity and name of the photographer to info@scrippsranchnews.com.

(photo by Lisa Velasquez)
(photo by Karen Kuhn)
Painting smooth stones in brilliant colors. (photo by Nur Amiryusuf)
Kelly Allison painted detailed images on stones, some with inspirational messages. (photo by Kelly Allison)
(photo by Kelly Allison)
(photo by Kelly Allison)
(photo by Kelly Allison)
A zoo featuring fluffy animals appeared on this local front yard. (photo by Adria Polselli)
(photo by Adria Polselli)
(photo by Adria Polselli)
Karen Kuhn made these signs thanking essential employees and posted them at the four-way stop at Stonebridge Parkway and Old Creek Road. (photo by Karen Kuhn)
(photo by Karen Kuhn)
(photo by Karen Kuhn)
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