By: Mikayla Grumiaux, Staff Writer
On Friday, November 7th, students participated in a competition like no other, where competitors made sculptures out of cans.
Two teams of about seven students each competed against each other to construct a sculpture that represented JRHS with the cans collected from the canned food drive held by senior Alexis Scott.
“My favorite sculpture was the mountain with a river, and it had cans of tuna that represented fish.” said Mrs. Brunyansky, JRHS chemistry teacher and one of the judges.
The other team constructed the letters J and R, representing James River.
The judges ultimately chose Mrs. Brunyansky’s favorite sculpture as the winner, and the team received gift baskets and Feedmore certificates.