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NAHS Check In, Looking Forward to Ice Sculptures

Today I interviewed two individuals that are hands on and very involved in the NAHS Club. NHAS is the National Art Honor Society club that is held in Ovid-Elsie High School by the art teacher Mrs.Kellogg. Molly Phillips is also involved with this club and here are some of the adventurous things happening.

  1. What is your biggest project that you guys are working on right now? 
    1. Mrs.Kellogg: Focusing on art work registered for the art explosion at the agro liquid building in St.Johns
    2. Molly: Making sure the plow is completed to the best of our ability
  2. What is the significance or purpose behind this project? 
    1. Mrs.Kellogg: To advocate for our club and for the Ovid Elsie School District
    2. Molly: To show that art has meaning 
  3. What was your favorite project or future project you’re looking forward to? 
    1. Mrs.Kellogg: Going to Frankenmuth to build snow sculptures for competition (more excited because she gets to take two teams)
    2. Molly: Creating the snow and ice sculptures in Frankenmuth
  4. How is the attitude/ positivity within the group?
    1. Mrs.Kellogg: Lots of positivity, good involved members and they take the leadership role seriously. 
    2. Molly: It’s really good, all are willing to work and happy to be there.



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