Solon Springs art is for the bees
Students painted colorful boxes for a local beekeeper.
SOLON SPRINGS — Fourth and fifth grade students from Solon Springs School participated in a community service project for a local beekeeper, who is working towards a master's degree in beekeeping.
They painted two beehive boxes for him. Students really enjoyed creating these bee boxes and were very excited to present them to him. They did a bee-utiful job.
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This story is part of the Telegram's efforts to showcase the work of young people in the community. For more information on those efforts, contact reporter Maria Lockwood at firstname.lastname@example.org.