Tuesday, May 11, 2021

High School Art Making Its Way Into The Community

By: Breanna Post/Co-Sports Editor

Blue Ridge High School students have made their mark on the community, yet again, by creating snowmen out of different art supplies. Snowmen of various sizes, materials, and personalities are on display at the new Barnes Kasson walk-in located at the Hallstead Plaza. When people walk in, their faces will immediately brighten, seeing the cute masterpieces done by their fellow citizens in the community.

Some of the snowmen done by students:

Photos taken by Sarrah Dibble-Camburn

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Breanna Post
Breanna Post is a first-year journalism student, taking on her junior year of high school. She is an active member of National Honor Society, and plays varsity volleyball and softball. She plans to go to college and have a career as a forensic pathologist, studying hard in her classes to get her there.

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