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Blackhawk Newsletter
January 2017
Hinton Community School
315 W. Grand St.
Hinton, IA 51024
Volume 23 / Issue 5 

Plaster Sculptures
When one normally thinks of plaster they think of it’s properties being used for walls, ceilings, etc. However, as the high school sculpture class soon found out, plaster provides so much more! For the purposes of art, plaster can be used in a variety of ways. Pouring bronze, iron, or even ceramic molds, plaster allows artists to construct an unimaginable amount of art! But, before I get ahead of myself with this extraneous dribble, let me explain the process the sculpture students used…
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Winter Wonder BAND
Congratulations to…
Bradly Shanahan (11th), Nathan Bowman (12th), Izaak Farrer (12th), Matthew Quinn (11th), and Zeb Binneboese (11th) for being accepted into the Augustana Honor Band. They performed Saturday, November 12th in Sioux Falls.

Dylan Hartman (6th), Emily Bach (6th), and Zach Sypersma (6th) for being accepted into the Strong Foundations Honor Band. They will perform Monday, January 9th in Sioux City.

Zeb Binneboese (11th), Matt Faith (11th), and Grace Larsen (12th) for being accepted into the Iowa State University Honor band. They will perform Saturday, February 4th in Ames.

Nathan Bowman (12th), Izaak Farrer (12th), Zeb Binneboese (11th), and Jaden Anderson (10th) for being accepted into the University of Northern Iowa Honor Band. They will perform Saturday, February 11th in Cedar Falls.
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