PHS establishes Art Club



Plymouth High School students interested in art now have a new extracurricular opportunity, the PHS Art Club. The club formed in September with 22 members and offers a way for students who like art to gather and enjoy some studio time. PHS art teacher Lisa Keys-Dulmes serves as advisor for the club, which meets every other Tuesday in the art room. “We have an amazing group of creative, talented artists at PHS, and hopefully the Art Club will offer those students a place to gather and support each other’s passion,” Keys- Dulmes said. One of the goals is to generate funds so that the group can eventually explore art outside the walls of PHS. A retired Oostburg art teacher, Marilyn Windeau, donated a large group of chairs, which the club hopes to paint and sell in the spring. Submitted photo Plymouth High School students interested in art now have a new extracurricular opportunity, the PHS Art Club. The club formed in September with 22 members and offers a way for students who like art to gather and enjoy some studio time. PHS art teacher Lisa Keys-Dulmes serves as advisor for the club, which meets every other Tuesday in the art room. “We have an amazing group of creative, talented artists at PHS, and hopefully the Art Club will offer those students a place to gather and support each other’s passion,” Keys- Dulmes said. One of the goals is to generate funds so that the group can eventually explore art outside the walls of PHS. A retired Oostburg art teacher, Marilyn Windeau, donated a large group of chairs, which the club hopes to paint and sell in the spring. Submitted photo

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