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Spanish-language trees on display



Published: Tue, December 10, 2013 @ 4:58 a.m.

BRISTOLVILLE

Students in the Spanish language classes at Bristol High School have decorated language-themed Christmas trees that will be on display in the Bristol Public Library, 1855 Greenville Road, through Dec. 20. All of the Spanish classes have been involved in making the decorations for the trees.

The large tree in the library’s entryway is a Mexico-theme tree with tin ornaments, crosses decorated with miracles, designs in bark paper, yarn painting, paper cut-out banners and poinsettias.

Upstairs, the ever popular Taco Tree is featured. This miniature tree is decorated with paper tacos that look good enough to eat.


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1bumbob(127 comments)posted 7 months ago

Couldn't this story have been longer and actually featured interviews with some of the people that made the project happen, like students and teachers?

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2zippinglou(1 comment)posted 7 months ago

How about pictures? Would it hurt to include some? Lame....

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