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May 28, 2020

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Partners Imigin Latham and Alyssa Rayford paint City Park benches and swing giving a much need lift to the public area.

My name is Imigin Latham and this year of 2019-20 for my senior project I repainted the City Park with my partner Alyssa Rayford. My partner and I worked on our project over the summer. We had painted the table benches and the bench swings. We chose to repaint them because they had the most paint that was chipping off and fading. The city helped us by getting the paint and paint brushes we needed in order to complete our project. We appreciate the help with the cost of our project. It helped us in many ways because we didn't have to pay out of our pockets. Giving back to the community is a very important thing because all they do is give to our school.

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Alyssa Rayford

I am Alyssa Rayford a senior graduating from Pomeroy Jr.-Sr. High School June of 2020. I decided to do my senior project repainting the city park. I chose to do this because I feel that a park should be a place for a community to have to come to for enjoyment and positivity. While completing this project I worked my hardest to sand the carvings out of the wooden parts of the equipment, and the. I primed and painted the items. I started this project in the summer of 2019 while I was preparing to enter my senior year. Something that I will take away from completing this project is that time management is very crucial, especially in the real world because the world doesn't stop for anyone. I worked very diligently and to the best of my ability to complete this project effectively.


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