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Barrel Full of Color: OUC’s Water Color Project

Sean Commons

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In the Arts, there exists an achievement that stands high like a trophy stands as the achievement of victory in sports. For the last two years at Lake Nona High School, a special competition of arts has recognized special art pieces from our school to be amongst the best sent in, as well as being recognized as great messages about Water Conservation. The competition in question refers to OUC- The Reliable One’s Water Color Project, where participating schools and art students are asked to convey the importance of water by painting on rain barrels. With the last two winners for LNHS, the projects was handled by Mrs. Massoni, a former teacher at the school, and has now been passed onto Ms. Go’s students in Paint 2. In their massive collaboration, the students taking part of the project are developing barrels based around the importance of beaches and the harm that trash and litter poses to them and the water based ecosystems they’re apart of. Another barrel in development depicts a native Floridian swamp, and is intended to emphasize the beauty of preserving such ecosystems. These rain barrels will be submitted to OUC upon completion, where employees will judge from a multitude of barrels from different schools and select 13 of them for a calendar. Once chosen, the artists, along with their family and school representatives, will be invited to participate in an award ceremony on Thursday, April 26, 2018. Rewards for the winners include a custom plaque and gift cards for both the students and teachers. For more information on participation, visit www.ouc.com/wcp , or visit Ms. Go in room 502.

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