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Skills USA WA State Jewelry Competition

Congratulations to students from Eisenhower and Davis who participated in the Skills USA jewelry.

Skills USA WA State Jewelry Competition

Davis and IKE students have displayed their jewelry and art for your viewing enjoyment at the Dept. of Ecology @ 15 W Yakima Ave.  The show is titled, ‘’Message in the Materials’’ and features jewelry made from the repurposed items: old jewelry, buttons, old leather coats, magazine pages, and bottle caps. Many other artistic works are on display created by the Eisenhower students.

The students’ work will be on display through May 15.

The Skills USA Jewelry state competition was held @ Davis High School on April 15.  Art production students from David, Eisenhower, and Highland started working at 3:15 and completed at 7pm. The following placements have been announced:  3rd place-Ivette Pena, Highland High School; 2nd Place-Alfonso, Highland High School; 1st Place-Maria Hernandez, Davis High School. Each student is standing behind the jewelry they completed in the time allowed. From left to right they are Maria Hernandez, Alfonso Olivera, Kierra Mabry, Ivette Pena, and Mariela Hernandez.

There isn’t a national Skills Jewelry competition at this time.


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