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Students persevere, prove they’re cut out
for huge sculpture project at Bryan Station

Southside Technical Center welding students assembled the entire unit, positioning the hollow stainless-steel letters at 90-degree angles. Then it sat — for months — before this fall’s installation outside Bryan Station High School. (Photo courtesy of Southside)   By Tammy L. Lane Special to KyForward   There are long-term group projects, and then there are long-term group...

Students persevere, prove they're cut out for huge sculpture project at Bryan Station

Southside Technical Center welding students assembled the entire unit, positioning the hollow stainless-steel letters at 90-degree angles. Then it sat — for months — before this fall’s installation outside Bryan Station High School. (Photo courtesy of Southside)   By Tammy L. Lane Special to KyForward   There are long-term group projects, and then there are long-term group...

Bryan Station High School art students give back to community with Shriners' painting

Students Gabe Bacskowski and Victoria Jenkins present their artwork to Shriners Cape Anderson (left) and Doyle Rambo. (Photo from BSHS)   As a community service project, Bryan Station High School seniors Victoria Jenkins and Gabe Baczkowski worked together on a painting for the Oleika Shriners’ new museum. The artwork features two eagles flying overhead, representing the men who started the...