National Art Honor Society worked together to create a gingerbread house out of recycled cardboard and other art materials to celebrate the holidays.
National Art Honor Society met on Wednesday December 15at 6:30 pm. They worked together to create one giant gingerbread house out of recycled cardboard and other art materials to celebrate the holidays. Everyone split up into three groups, with each group working on a section of the house. Eighth graders Tucker Evens and Sam Creighton helped NAHS adviser Caroline Epp to aseemble the cardboard house.
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