An homage to ‘Lady and the Tramp’


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Landscape and greenhouse management seniors Samantha Elwin, Maggie Lieb, and Madeline Rising plant flowers along the brick walkway built by masonry trades students.


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Riffing on the theme of “blockbuster movies,” students from three Lorain County JVS programs worked on aspects of Cleveland’s Great Big Home and Garden Show.

Carpentry students worked with Pepperwood Homes of North Royalton in the construction of the 6,200 square-foot smart home. They worked on rough framing for cabinets and countertops, and completed finish work for trim and cabinetry.

“The crew had some awesome guys on it,” said Matt Teehan, a carpentry junior from Wellington. “They showed us what to do and were really great to work with. We were very busy, we always had a job to do.”

Meanwhile, landscape and greenhouse management and masonry trades students designed, built, and decorated a garden showcase.

The movie theme inspired teens to recreate the famous spaghetti scene from Disney’s 1955 classic “Lady and the Tramp.”

Masonry students built the dinner table, constructed the backdrop scene, and built the stone walkway, while the landscape students put down mulch and planted spring flowers.

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Amherst participants included Dylan Buri, Mason Murphy, Christopher Trombley, and McKenna Weinstein.

Wellington participants included Brianna Davis, Darrin Scott, Matthew Teehan, and Tyler Wilfong.

Landscape and greenhouse management seniors Samantha Elwin, Maggie Lieb, and Madeline Rising plant flowers along the brick walkway built by masonry trades students.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/44/2017/02/web1_Planting-Flowers.jpgLandscape and greenhouse management seniors Samantha Elwin, Maggie Lieb, and Madeline Rising plant flowers along the brick walkway built by masonry trades students.

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