|Published: 10:38 AM, 02/06/2013
Author: Staff Report
Source: The Monroe County Advocate
The weather may have warmed up this
week in Sweetwater, but there have been thousands of extra
Students from the city system, led by the junior high,
made 8,000 paper snowflakes to put on area businesses and government
offices. The snowflakes were made to honor Sandy Hook Elementary School,
which was the scene of the mass shooting in December.
Pictures of the
decorated businesses and other buildings in Sweetwater will be sent
to the Connecticut school.
Pictured putting up snowflakes from left
are: Sweetwater Junior High art teacher Julie Whited and her son Tanner Whited, a Brown Intermediate School student.
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