Middle school art piece to bedisplayed at governor’s mansion

Students from the Middle School of Plainville Art Club answered Gov. Ned Lamont's call for Christmas ornaments designed by Connecticut's middle school students, which depict the theme, "Christmas in Connecticut: Past and Present." MSP Art Club students worked together under the direction of art teachers Lori Vigue and Laura Meehan to create ceramic ornaments in the shape of Connecticut.

The ornaments were then decorated with various holiday and local themes. One – representing the Art Club as a whole – was sent to the governor's residence.

The selected ornament will be viewed by the public when the governor and Mrs. Lamont host an open house at their residence in December.

Also, the "Christmas in Connecticut" ornaments will be gifted to special community members this holiday season.

-- Press Release


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