2017 Community Show Has Something for Everyone!
by Elizabeth Chavez
Glade valley Community Showis having their 73rd annual community show at Walkersville High School. Each year people come and display their work. People enjoy others works of art.
Each year there’s a winner in these categories.
- Food-Farm/Home products (meats,fruits,vegetables,dessert)
- Clothing (pants,shirts,dress,etc)
- Handmade (knitted sewing,needle art)
- Flowers (arrangements,single flower in bottles,etc)
- Photography (cell phone photos,color,etc)
- Artwork/Crafts (ceramics, chalk,jewelry, pastel,etc)
Visitors come and see these wonderful arts. Walkersville Elementary students come and see the wonderful art and animals. The valley community show doesn’t just offer arts and food they also offer animals to see and activities for the Walkersville Elementary students to do.
Many of our high school students participate on this day. High school students take their time away from their work to see the community art show. I have asked many of our students and staff and elementary school kids what their favorite category and what they liked about the show and if they could vote what display they would vote for.
Junior Amanda Schultz said I liked the cake; it was really pretty display. I would vote for the food.”
Special aid teacher Terre Spicer from Walkersville Elementary added. “The cake. I liked the cow. It was cute, I actually liked the lego exhibit; the kids liked it a lot.”
Sophomore Herbie Matthews continued. “the food, I like the cake. I’ll vote for the food.”
Junior Lillian Gish commented. “I liked the cake decorating, being able to see what people can do and they’re well done. I think I’ll go for the homecoming cake or the pig.”
4th grade Liliana Chavez ended. “I liked the cake and the flowers. I liked the cake. I’ll vote for cake.”
Glade Valley community art show will always live in Walkersville with these talented people and their effort to show people their talent and what they can grow and make. Come and join and see these fine art each year at Walkersville High.