Design class makes school-pride banners
Carlynton High School students enrolled in Mrs. Debra Smith's Interior Design Class have used their talent to display their school pride by creating brightly colored gold and green flags and banners on nylon fabric. The flags have been hung in classrooms and hallways throughout the school. Some of the flags/banners offer welcoming messages or proudly proclaim, 'You are entering Cougar Country!' while others are emblazoned with a bright yellow-gold cougar paw on a dark green background.
Topping the list of flag designers is senior Melanie Treishock, who had designed and sewn eight of the flags. Other students involved in the project include: Brittney Gillison, Michelle Hauze, Jessica Kohnfelder, Samantha Little, Victoria Olson and Sean McQuillan.
The Brentwood Library will offer free adult Internet classes from 1:30 to 3 p.m. on Tuesday and Jan. 30 at the Brentwood Library, 3501 Brownsville Road, Brentwood. Please check sign-up sheets at the reference desk or call (412) 882-5694 to register for a class.
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