Home Depot supports Eagle's Nest art project

Eagle's Nest students hold up thank-you posters to Home Depot as they show off their custom longboards. Eagle's Nest art teacher Robin Stanton is at top left. Home Depot representatives Frank Manning and Karen Lewis are at top center. SOURCE SUBMITTED
June 16, 2014

During the spring, fifth- through eighth-grade students of Eagle's Nest Christian Academy completed the school's annual longboard art project with the help of a local business. The Home Depot of Lewes graciously donated materials and time to continue this art tradition in 2014.

Eagle's Nest art teacher Robin Stanton's husband designed the board decks, and together they came up with a list of materials necessary to complete the project. The Home Depot provided all the prefabricated decks and painting supplies needed. Representatives from the Home Depot even volunteered their time at Eagle's Nest to work with the kids, giving them useful tips on color mixing and painting. At the end of the project, each student took home his or her own custom-painted longboard.

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