By Eli Lanehart
When walking through the halls, students may look around and see a random collection of brush strokes residing on the brick walls that were once bare. These brush strokes contain bits and pieces of Red Lion history and the dedication of the artists that created them. This artwork is something that will unite the past with the present; a mural of Red Lion’s history in the form of a timeline.
This idea was brewed by the PRIDE committee of the Red Lion faculty, predominately Mr. Cooley, Mr. Vanada, and Mr. Schmehl. These three teachers took off on a branch of PRIDE to carry teach students more about the history of Red Lion. It was then carried out by the National Art Honor Society (NAHS).
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