Chamisa Hosts Recycled Show

Carley Sorensen models an outfit using recycled trash. Photo by Renee K. Mitsunaga

Aelma Azad models a skirt made with fans recycled from this year’s YMCA Red and Black Ball. Photo by Renee K. Mitsunaga

LAHS-National Honor Society members Lauren TenCate and Nicholas Torres assist students in make and take activities. Photo by Renee K. Mitsunaga

CHAMISA News:

Director Andrea Lynch of the YMCA program at Chamisa Elementary School held her annual Recycle Art Show Wednesday.

Students created projects with trash items they collected throughout the year. The culminating event of the evening was the fashion show, complete with runway and entertaining emcee Joyce Haven.

This event was sponsored by the Los Alamos Co-op, CB FOX, Starbucks and Village Arts.

Marla Duffield is dressed with  disposable container lids that were each painted with unique designs. Photo by Renee K. Mitsunaga

Coordinator Andrea Lynch of the annual Recycle Art Show at Chamisa is wearing a skirt made with painted  paper towel tubes. Photo by Renee K. Mitsunaga

Recycled CDs used in mobiles. Photo by Renee K. Mitsunaga

Emcee Joyce Haven recycles neckties into a snazzy skirt. Photo by Renee K. Mitsunaga

Marie Lee models a dog chow bag and Smith’s grocery sack skirt. Photo by Renee K. Mitsunaga

Jazzy suit worn by Laila Amin made with snack bags. Photo by Renee K. Mitsunaga

Zoe Butler demonstrates a new way to use plastic six pack drink holders. Photo by Renee K. Mitsunaga

Egg carton creations. Photo by Renee K. Mitsunaga

LAHS-NHS Alexandra Hehlin models her award winning gown. Photo by Renee K. Mitsunaga

 

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