Art Students Meet Bing Davis at Studio

Ceramics students received a lesson from local art legend Willis "Bing" Davis during visits to his West Third Street studio this October.

The field trips gave students a “behind-the-scenes look” at the life and work of one of Dayton’s most acclaimed professional artists said Will Bonner, a senior taking first period ceramics with Mrs. Janet Lasley. Davis is renowned for his interpretation of African culture through paintings, drawings, photography, sculpture and pottery.

Powderpuff Games Score for Charity

Girls from neighboring Catholic high schools Chaminade Julienne, Carroll and Alter will team up on the gridiron to score for a local charity Saturday, May 12 during the Touchdown for Tots Powderpuff Football Tournament.

Games have been relocated to Carroll High School's practice football field (directions) and the gate opens at 11 a.m. for spectators. Admission costs $2 per person (players and coaches included) and concessions will be available. All proceeds benefit the Children’s Medical Center of Dayton.

‘Every Pint Counts’ at CJ’s Blood Drive

Members of Student Council cleverly matched donors’ contributions with pints of ice cream at the annual CJ Blood Drive, giving the event’s double entendre theme, Every Pint Counts, a rewarding twist.

In the long term, event organizer Angela Ruffolo, Student Council moderator and social studies teacher, knows the lasting impact of the annual drive’s results always proves to be much sweeter for the folks in need at the Community Blood Center. Each year, representatives from the nearby center team with CJ to provide a convenient way to give.


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