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Luca Reali, a second-grader at Harrison Avenue School, puts some finishing touches on his painting at Mamma Sophia's Pizza Restaurant.
Luca Reali, a second-grader at Harrison Avenue School, puts some finishing touches on his painting at Mamma Sophia's Pizza Restaurant. Photo Credit: Jon Craig
Massimo Reali, Luca's twin brother, works the other side of Sophia's pizzaria with his mother, Sandy.
Massimo Reali, Luca's twin brother, works the other side of Sophia's pizzaria with his mother, Sandy. Photo Credit: Jon Craig
Both Reali boys in action with their parents, John and Sandy, along Halstread Avenue.
Both Reali boys in action with their parents, John and Sandy, along Halstread Avenue. Photo Credit: Jon Craig
This spooky image was left by William Roggero, a fifth-grader, outside Clip 'n' Cuddle.
This spooky image was left by William Roggero, a fifth-grader, outside Clip 'n' Cuddle. Photo Credit: Jon Craig
From left, artwork by Lightning and Valkyria Roggero, who are 12 and 7 years old.
From left, artwork by Lightning and Valkyria Roggero, who are 12 and 7 years old. Photo Credit: Jon Craig
What the Roggero family art looks like from across Halstead Avenue.
What the Roggero family art looks like from across Halstead Avenue. Photo Credit: Jon Craig
Halloween images line the windows of Harrison Soap and Suds.
Halloween images line the windows of Harrison Soap and Suds. Photo Credit: Jon Craig

HARRISON, N.Y. -- Dozens of youngsters and their parents lined the streets and shopping centers of the village of Harrison on Sunday, Oct. 19, to add their creativity to storefronts.

The annual window-painting project is sponsored by the Harrison Recreation Department. The Daily Voice will be adding more images as we work our way down and around Harrison and Halstread avenues.

John and Sandy Reali helped their twin sons, Luca and Massimo, paint the windows outside Mamma Sophia Pizza Restaurant on Sunday.

"They love it,'' John Reali said. "They do it every year."

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