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Greer HS boxcar depicts nostalgia and experience

STAFF REPORTS
Published on Friday, May 6, 2016

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Students Laura Brown, Ryan McCullough, Michaelyn Russell and Jetaysia Dandy were the artists.
 
 

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Students Laura Brown, Ryan McCullough, Michaelyn Russell and Jetaysia Dandy were the artists.

 

 



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It's all about the

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It's all about the "G". Painted are City Hall and City Park and the Inland Port.

 

 



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Generations have grown up eating ice cream at Dillards, lunch and dinner at the Clock, and have set their compass by the yellow/gold water tower that lists Greer's state football championships.
 

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Generations have grown up eating ice cream at Dillards, lunch and dinner at the Clock, and have set their compass by the yellow/gold water tower that lists Greer's state football championships.

 



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The artists captured the triangle that separates E. Poinsett and Trade Street. The historic downtown district is in excellent detail.
 

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The artists captured the triangle that separates E. Poinsett and Trade Street. The historic downtown district is in excellent detail.

 



• Boxcars launched.

The Greer High School boxcar was designed by art students Laura Brown, Ryan McCullough, Michaelyn Russell and Jetaysia Dandy.

It is located in front of the Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce 111 Trade Street.

The inspiration of the student's design came from the idea of what Greer means to them – places of nostalgia and experience that make them appreciate their hometown.

Allison Duncan is the Visual Art Teacher at Greer High School that oversaw the project.

The project was part of a Partnership for Tomorrow, the City of Greer, Greer Station Association and Greer Chamber of Commerce.

 

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