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CHS art students make banner supporting public education

Banner by Ben Arachi's banner design shows silhouetted man walking away from an explosion
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By Calen McKinney, Public Information Officer
Campbellsville Independent Schools (CIS)

Campbellsville Independent Schools will be represented at this year's Kentucky School Boards Association annual conference.

CHS National Art Honor Society member Kyrsten Hill, a senior, created a banner for display at the conference, which will be at the Galt House in Louisville on February 24-26, 2017.

CHS students were asked to design a banner in Jo Ann Harris's art class. The school's National Art Honor Society members viewed the designs and selected one to create. Ben Arachi, a freshmen, created the winning design.

Arachi's design is of a silhouetted man walking away from an explosion.

The banner also features this year's conference theme, "Be a Superhero for Public Education."

Campbellsville Board of Education members will attend the conference.

All schools represented at the conference are asked to make a banner.

This story was posted on 2017-02-10 08:21:26
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