Area Students Talents Are Showcased at Paint the Plows Event This Saturday at the Empire Mall
For the past several years the City of Sioux Falls has displayed area art talent in an unorthodox setting.
Those exceptional talents will be displayed this Saturday, October 21st at The Eighth Annual Paint the Plows event at the Empire Mall in the JCPenney east parking lot.
On display will be 22 plows painted by area students from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
The Paint the Plows program is open to elementary, middle, junior high, and high schools within Sioux Falls.
The public is welcome to come view the plows and vote for their favorite. The plows are set up to be viewed by car or on foot.
“The Paint the Plows program showcases the artwork and creativity of so many talented students and is a highlight for our staff each year,” says Galynn Huber, Street Operations Manager.
The Street Division primes the plows, and the schools and organizations supply the paint. The participants receive the plows approximately one week after the start of school and complete their works of art one week prior to the display.
2017 Paint the Plows Participants:
Edison Middle School
Anne Sullivan Elementary
All City at Jane Addams Elementary
Harvey Dunn Elementary
Eugene Field A+ Elementary
Oscar Howe Elementary
Sonia Sotomayor Elementary
R.F. Pettigrew Elementary
Susan B. Anthony Elementary
Laura B. Anderson Elementary
Cleveland Elementary (two plows)
Fred Assam Elementary
Christ the King Elementary
St. Michael Elementary
O’Gorman High School
Sioux Falls Lutheran School
Good Shepherd Lutheran School
McCrossan Boys Ranch